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by on February 17, 2022


When EA was preparing to Madden 22 coins release Madden 22 in the weeks prior to launch, the conversation was all about new additions in the games. From new player classes for Face of The Franchise to the revamped chemistry structure within the MUT game, EA had been playing buzzword bingo in the run-up to the launch.

Although the new additions are welcomed within the series, others (such as Home Field Advantage) feel long overdue, while others (like new Superstar XFactors) are a continuation of the foundations of what's already out there. In the end, however there's no any tangible difference between last year's outing.

At the time of its launch, the game suffered from plenty of bugs and the lack of attention to detail, notably showing Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa throwing the ball using his right hand, regardless of the fact that he's one the few QBs that are left-handed in the NFL.

Pushing past all of these bugs, glitches, and the like, the new features included in Madden 22 are exciting but aren't really adding much to the gameplay core of Madden. The atmosphere EA is trying to create with these Home Field Advantages are fantastic, however simple issues such as players who are in the crowd wearing different jerseys to the flags they're holding hinder the overall feeling of the football simulator.

The ability to drop back into the pockets of star QBs, such the Mahomes, Rodgers are still able to feel like it is in other Madden, and some of the Superstar-specific X-Factors included by EA Sports has added this year make the experience more fluid. The gameplay does feel slightly more energetic than previous years, especially on the defense aspect of the ball which is a lot more focused upon stick-based defense. However it is true that the majority of buy mut coins madden 22 the modes within Madden 22 suffer from similar issues as the past, or, in some instances, actually have regressed.

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