Electronic Arts seem to drag its feet when it comes to the PC version of Madden. For over two years now, Madden on PC has remained on the PS4 and Xbox One versions. However, sources have told Sports Gamers Online that Madden 24 on PC will finally upgrade to match current-gen hardware.
Madden 24 Upgraded on PC
Last year, Madden 23 PC missed the boat on the upgrade to current-gen consoles. This meant that the PC version of the game didn’t have some new features like FieldSENSE. It’s always been odd that the PC version of EA’s football game wouldn’t be on-par with current-gen consoles because it is created on a PC.
If you play Madden on PC, EA should reveal the full specs for the game soon, and when it does, we will bring it to you here on Sports Gamers Online.
Other Madden 24 News
If you were up in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday, then you probably caught our latest Madden news bomb. In addition to upgrading the PC port, Madden 24 will get cross-play capabilities this year.
Shortly after Madden news page MUTLeaks posted about the potential of the feature coming to EA’s football series, sources confirmed it with SGO. So, now for the first time in series history, you can play with friends on Madden 24 as long as they have a PS5, Xbox Series X|S, or PC.
We will learn more news about Electronic Arts’ newest football game soon, and when we do, Sports Gamers Online will be the first to it. Let us know how you feel about all the Madden news in the comments.
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