EA Sports has released a small title update for Madden 20 on all platforms.
Without giving any specifics, the company stated that the update was to “update some key art assets in the game”.
If you haven’t picked it up yet, and are debating on taking advantage of sale prices to dive into the latest NFL game, check out our review of this year’s release.
Madden 20 review:
For the longest time, it’s always been a problem that players like J.J. Watt and Aaron Donald never really stood out enough to warrant keeping them on your team in Franchise nor did they really take over games online against others. Madden 20 takes a big step towards alleviating that issue with the introduction of the new Superstar X-Factors.
These X-Factors, ranging from Fearmonger that allows defenders to put pressure on the QB even when being blocked to the Double Me ability that sees a player win aggressive catch attempts against single coverage, help showcase the best of the best in the game. Great players like Aaron Rodgers, Zach Ertz, and Cam Newton now stand out more than ever with the new abilities widening the gap even more than what the standard ratings suggest.
There are still some glitches and issues on the field like when a player gets tackled but the game still registers them as up, but there’s no denying that Madden 20 gives players the best gameplay the series has had since the launch of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Even something as simple as running the no-huddle offense feels better than ever.
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