Madden NFL 25 fans will experience a new update to the title, which bring various tweaks in many aspects. This is the second major update for the popular football title and its focus is primarily on improved performance and various gameplay issues.
First off, the update will make the more stable across all game modes and fix the annoying rendering issue which often makes player's eyes appear gray.
The EA team is toning down the amount of in-game injuries after various complaints from the Madden community. Other elements to receive a decrease in frequency include broken tackles while using the Truck Stick and pull blocking.
All online game modes will now support touchdown celebrations and the selection process for the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Game has now been improved.
Players will no longer be awarded with a win without finishing a solo challenge in Madden Ultimate Team. A bug where offline users would not receive content after earning a Gold in Skill Tutorials has been corrected and tweaks in the Connected Franchise feature will fix several known issues with drafts and trading.
Madden NFL 25 has already launched for the PS3 and Xbox 360 with the next-gen versions set to be released on November 15 (PS3) and November 22 (Xbox One).
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