When Madden 22 was revealed on Thursday, one thing to come out was the decision from EA Sports to keep the PC version of the game on par with the last-gen product. The average gaming PC is equal to or more powerful than the new Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5, yet new gameplay features aren’t a part of the version.
It left many fans scratching their heads, and us having to try and get clarification from the company on the matter.
After reaching out to EA Sports about the PC version of the game, the company was quick to clarify that the PC remains a focus for the future of the franchise.
“It’s something being explored for the future,” a rep from EA Sports said. “We’re still early in the transition to next-gen and right now the team is focused on making the best, quality experience on new consoles before looking to upgrade other platforms.”
Madden 22 marks the second Madden title to be available on the new platforms, but the first to have a full year cycle for development. Focus has been placed on improving the overall gameday and gameplay experience for players while also updating modes like Franchise across all platforms.
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