September 28, 2020 | technology | No Comments
Are you concerned about the next-gen version of Madden 21? If not, you probably should be.
All things considered, it’s been a tough year to be a Madden fan. The franchise mode is still underdeveloped, and changes aren’t coming until November, and those only scrape the surface of fixing what ails the feature.
The game has been buggy since launch, and every patch seems to break something else with the game. It’s not exactly the most ideal environment for a brand to step into the next-generation.
As it is, when or shortly after the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are released, the next level of Madden 21 will arrive. Here’s five reasons you should, be at least a little concerned.
Current-Gen Version Has Been Buggy
If EA has had issues providing a functional version of Madden 21 on current-gen systems–despite just a few