EA released a new set of Gridiron Notes yesterday by Sean Graddy (Executive Producer) that provides the latest information about Franchise updates coming to Madden NFL 21. Below you will find a link to the full, detailed version released by EA as well as a brief summary.
To view the original Gridiron Notes for today's article, Click Here.
To better address community feedback regarding Franchise, EA is increasing their team resources to deliver more/improved core features to the Franchise mode in Madden 21 post-launch support, as well as Madden 22 initial launch. Because Madden is a true live service, users can expect content, features, and even new game modes released throughout the year based on feedback from social channels, the Gamechanger Program, and by simply evaluating how the community is playing the game. While an exact timeline is difficult to establish, the following areas have been targeted for meaningful change in Madden 21 and beyond (subject to change):
Since video games like Madden take thorough planning ahead of time, Madden 22 is already in the first stages of pre-production for the following year's product. While the following areas have not been set in stone, they are currently being explored creatively for enhancements:
EA has been using a feedback platform known as Madden Voice to review, investigate, and identify popular feedback to make improvements to Madden NFL 21. After a new feature is revealed, EA gathers and analyzes feedback in order to make adjustments and share their plans (when possible). As we get closer to launch, more information will be provided on the Madden Voice platform.
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