The week 1 roster update for Madden 22 went live last night, just in time for the kickoff of the NFL season. Madden gamers were wondering when the update would arrive but it looks like EA just beat the play clock. The company didn’t drop any official notes detailing the week 1 update, but Madden Franchise Designer and Ratings Adjustor, Adam Weingarten, brought a couple of things to users attention via Twitter.
Week 1 roster is now LIVE.
Couple notes, got Lane Johnson's restructure and Jalen Ramsey's contract in.
Jamal Agnew is now a SUPERSTAR with the Return Man ability (4th return man with C-Pat, A-Roberts, D-Harris in NO).
Also got Scottie Phillips who just signed, so all 53s full
— Andre Weingarten (@Swami_EA) September 10, 2020
Without official notes from the gaming publisher there are quite a few unknowns surrounding what exactly has been updated outside of the final 53-man roster cuts. As more information becomes available, we’ll be sure to keep you updated.
Madden 22 How to Download Week 1 Roster Update
For those who don’t know how to update their rosters in Madden 22, here’s a quick guide:
- Navigate to the Madden 22 home screen.
- Select the NFL Logo which holds the “Rosters and Playbooks” menu.
- Select “Edit Rosters.”
- Under “Manage Rosters,” navigate to the “Update Rosters” tile on the far right.
- Click on the tile to download the latest roster update.
If there is no update currently available, the game should let you know. For online players, the game will automatically let you know a roster update is required before jumping into any head-to-head mode. Another note, players obviously must be online in order to download the roster update.
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