Many Madden fans are anxiously awaiting news on the next version of the game. With the game usually releasing in August, we're fast approaching the timeframe when Madden news begins to drop. It’s always difficult for annualized sports games to deliver something truly new to fans each year. But when a developer focuses on what players actually want, rather than what it thinks they need, it can often result in a positive outcome. Thankfully, it looks like Madden 22 is doing exactly that.
Franchise ModeLet's start with the most popular mode and the one with the most updates. Fans expressed their frustration with the lack of improvement in Madden 21 and how it is a close copy of Madden 20. Madden 22 needs to wow us to keep the series relevant.
Coaching StaffIt was once possible to hire a head coach, offensive coordinator, and defensive coordinator for your staff. A team could end up having Mike Tomlin, Bill Belichick and Rex Ryan all on the same staff. Madden 22 brings back this feature as well as a Coach Progression feature to evolve your coaches. There is a Player Progression spot on the staff too.
Skill and Talent Tree SystemThink of this feature as an RPG character like Final Fantasy. You can progress with your players and customize how they are upgraded and enhanced. Madden already had this feature but it is now more in-depth with more customizations.Scouting EnhancementsHome-Field AdvantagesThis feature isn't limited to just Franchise Mode. Each team has a home-field advantage that activates when the home team has momentum. For example, the Baltimore Ravens have "Truzz the System," which gives the home team bonus momentum on running plays while winning
What is known about Superstar KO so far
Another newer mode first introduced in Madden NFL 20 is Superstar KO. Now, there is a co-op eliminator mode.
In Superstar KO, gamers can play “quick games in unique stadiums with fan-favorite house rules and icons of football culture.” Though, real NFL stadiums and rosters will also be playable for the first time within this mode.
First official game trailer released online
Along with the Madden 22 cover reveal, the first official gameplay trailer has arrived, showing some of the visuals fans can expect from the new game. That includes a look at new stadium animations, first-time players including Trevor Lawrence, and more.
Unique gameday experience swill be part of this year’s improved features. Amongst the footage is a look at how crowds, stadiums, and weather will impact play, to motivate or put extra pressure on the players. There’s some great shots of realistic fans, including Broncos fans wearing facepaint as it pours rain in the stands.
Brady and Mahomes are featured in high-pressure situations, where both QBs have shown their abilities to deliver touchdowns. There are also teases of rookies Trevor Lawrence and Justin Fields, plus potential future stars Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa. Derrick Henry and Stefon Diggs pop up as well as other stars of the gridiron.
So here are the big features coming to the Madden 22 Franchise Modes, and do hope these new improvements will make the mode and even the new game better. More Madden 22 news and cheap will be updated on time, stay tuned!