Madden NFL 21 players that are waiting to play the game on next-gen consoles can rejoice as the long wait is finally over. The game drop on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on December 4th. Here is what you can expect from the game on these new gaming machines. Madden NFL 21 next-gen gameplay features three important aspects: stats player movement, stats replays, and play calling.
The Madden NFL 21 next-gen development team works with data pulled from NFL Next Gen Stats. This is a tool that extracts real-time data for players. This allowed the developers to created next-gen player movement enabled by real info such as routes and acceleration rates. The result is the most realistic player movement in the series’ history.
The difference between the real players and their in-game counterparts is so little. The team has partnered with NFL Next Gen Stats which allows them to make use of speed, movement patterns, and other info. The animation engine uses this data to create fluid player animations. Instant replays are better than ever. These now include presentation elements.
Players have the opportunity to re-experience significant plays. This feature uses data from Next Gen Stats as well. These replays occur at certain times. You will be amazed by the quality and the beauty of the presentation. Thanks to the power capability of the new consoles, Madden NFL 21 can now realistically recreate real-time radio-frequency identification. This is a data collection tool that is utilized by the NFL to determine Next Gen Stats data for the digital game field. Thanks to this data, dynamic replays that capture significant performances from the best athletes can be created.
Playcalling is another feature of next-generation gameplay. Players have more control when it comes to calling the best plays. They can put their favorite plays on speed-dial together with the playmaker and playbook tab. This system allows players to rapidly access their favorites. This feature was highly requested by the players. The play call display is more user-friendly and now includes the Superstar X-Factor abilities.
Don’t forget about the dual entitlement deal that allows you to save some money. If you already own the game on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you can upgrade to the next-generation version for free. You can also transfer your progress in Ultimate Team, The Yard, and Franchise. This way, you won’t start over again and recollect the MUT coins you already earned.
Will you take the deal and upgrade or stick to playing on your current gaming device?
(Contributed by Reda; Edited by Hermes_Fang)