Madden NFL 21 will have a version adapted to the technological possibilities of the new generation of consoles, as EA Sports wants to keep one of its flagship franchises at the forefront to garner more sales and attract more players.
While Madden NFL 21 is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, the next-gen version will have new features and improvements that will make the gaming experience to the next level by making it more realistic, entertaining and fun.
Madden NFL 21 revealed a new trailer showing its next-gen features.
EA Sports has released a new trailer on YouTube showing the main features of the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game. In addition to the expected graphical improvements, the title will also feature a new game creation tool and much more content.
The next-gen version of Madden NFL 21 will feature substantial graphical improvements in stadium lighting and ambience, as well as it will have more realistic animations and player movements based on how they run, throw, and catch in real life.
Besides, the game will feature a new play-building system that will allow strategy lovers to build their plays with greater depth and control over the specific movements of each player of the team.
EA Sports also highlights the drastic improvement in the speed of loading times thanks to the SSDs of PS5 and Xbox Series, which streamline the gaming experience and give games much more fluidity and rhythm, without pauses or distractions.
Madden Ultimate Team doesn’t go away.
As expected, one of the bastions of this new version is the MUT mode, which will remain with all the features it has on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game menus will load faster and will have a revamped interface.
If you like to buy Madden 21 Coins online and then spend them in the game’s transfer market, you will feel the huge difference between the loading times of this version of the game and the previous one.
Madden NFL 21 will use the DualSense features to improve the experience.
The DualSense is an exclusive advantage that PS5 players have over the Xbox Series users, as its haptic feedback will allow them to feel the collisions and crashes of the players with much more realism.
Also, EA will use the adaptive triggers on the controller to create a much more immersive experience when it comes to running with your RB and breaking through the opposing defense
(Contributed by José D. Villalobos; Edited by Hermes_Fang)