With the Madden NFL 22 release date just after the corner for August 20, Electronic Arts wanted to show a little more about the upcoming sports entry with its latest EA Play Live Spotlight showcase. With EA doing its thing instead of E3 2021, the company has been launching deeper dives throughout the month of July, with even more on the way. First, there was more on Battlefield 2042 and Apex Legends, and then there was the reflector of Independent Studios. Now, it’s Madden’s turn to shine.
With the frustration surrounding the current entry into the Madden franchise palpable in terms of the lack of new features, the studio wants fans to know that this feedback has been heavily weighed down with the newest game. As modes like The Yard, Face of the Franchise, and Madden Ultimate Team return to Madden NFL 22, more features have been added to make the experience more immersive and realistic, especially with coach interaction and strategy. of field. With this week’s Spotlight, the dev team talked a little more about some of the features fans can look forward to seeing, including a closer look at Scouting.
Scouting will not be available at launch, but this new feature will come into play with a live service update that will fall in September. Learn all about it with Seann Graddy of EA Sports, Tom Lischke and Andre Weingarten while talking about all things Madden with the latest EA Play Spotlight:
Even in the last Spotlight seen in the video above it delves into exactly how much fan feedback has contributed to the new features and the overall approach to the game. That community care is evident with the Staff Management function and the development of the new scenario engine.
Madden NFL 22 will also offer various improvements to make the environment of the last game more challenging, more responsive crowd behavior, and changes in momentum and home advantages. You can learn more about EA Sports ’latest Madden-powered adventure with our full preview here.
The last Madden journey begins on August 20, 2021, for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Google Stage and PC.
What do you think they are now for everything shown on Madden NFL 22? Are you excited for the next entry, or has it been too much of the same in recent years? Join the conversation in the comments section below!