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Doug Flutie’s Maximum Football 2020 Announced, Launches in September

Maximum Football 2020 Logo

Football fans get excited as Canuck Play and Spear Interactive have officially announced that Doug Flutie’s Maximum Football 2020 is coming to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in September.

Maximum Football 2020 marks the fourth installment in the series that began as Canadian Football 2017. With the new release, Canuck Play aims to take the foundation from last year’s game and improve on it in every aspect possible.

“Doug Flutie’s Maximum Football 2020 will have a number of improvements to the core game including gameplay, AI, physics, animation, overall performance, Dynasty Mode, etc,” the studio said in the release. “As we progress towards release, we will go in-depth about an area of improvement or we will reveal an entirely new feature for 2020.”  

From April until the game’s September launch, Canuck Play will be making regular announcements on its various social media pages regarding what this year’s game will include.

What is Maximum Football?

Maximum Football is an independent football game developed by the aforementioned studio Canuck Play. The game features the ability for players to play games with multiple rule sets including American Professional, College, and Canadian Professional.

Last year’s release, the first under the Doug Flutie namesake, featured the return of college football to console football games with a brand new Dynasty Mode. The game also allows players full customization as they are able to customize every team, uniform, logo, and player. There’s even a full-fledged logo editor within the game to create the logos for your teams and schools.

Other than the logo, platforms and release window, no other details have been revealed for this year’s game. That said, the studio is teasing an announcement for a completely new feature coming to the game.

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