While it's far from a 100 100% certainty, it's nearly a given that Madden NFL 22 is on the way. Electronic Arts isn't necessarily happy with the speculations already swirling about who will be on the cover as well as what will appear in the game. It's not Madden nfl 22 coins hard to figure out why fans were dissatisfied over the launch of Madden NFL 22. The company has admitted that it's been hit with backlash. EA will need to take concrete, real-world improvements in a variety of areas if it will avoid another backlash.

It's not surprising that a franchise which has existed for as long as Madden NFL is a bit outdated in the present. But, there are other games in the sports world out there have been around the same amount of time, yet don't receive the same response each time new installments come out. Improvements could offer fans something to be happy about.

It was a revolutionary part of Madden NFL 20's Face of the Franchise mode. Much like the features that the NBA 2K franchise has offered for a brief period, the mode allowed players to "live the day-to-day life" of a promising player to become an NFL superstar. Yes, there was an ability to play actual games or at least parts of games, but the emphasis was more on the cinematic elements. In the end the sequel to the mode lost quite a portion of its charm. The story was not as compelling and the freshness faded quickly.

It's likely a given that EA will look to improve the game's features, but it might be better served to eliminate it completely. If it's improved than the previous version, players will be focusing a lot more on other games in Madden NFL 22 has to offer. If Electronic Arts do bring it back for a third straight year, there must be some changes, particularly with regards to the script. One of the biggest complaints against Madden 22's version was that the underlying story seemed both tooistic and demanded players to sympathize with an individual who was a bit of an outcast. EA must pay more attention to telling compelling stories if it is their goal to bring back the mode.

Electronic Arts found itself in a tough spot in 2020. Electronic Arts was aware that the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 were coming. They were also aware that Madden NFL 22 would launch in the months preceding the release of cheap Madden 22 coins the new consoles. The developers needed to put some of their focus on the Xbox One and PS4. Despite impressive sales numbers for Madden NFL 22, there was some public outrage. EA tried to deal with the fans as best they could through a series of changes.