Madden 20: new X-Factor ability with November title update

  • A new update is here, which includes fresh capabilities, the addition of franchise models, and new games to master. This is the Madden 20 biggest update since October. This is also the first update since Madden solved the server problem in early November. For EA, this is a great opportunity to win some fans, so what are the early Christmas gifts for Madden fans? Incidentally, GameMS also offers Christmas discounts to customers, if you need to Buy MUT 20 Coins this will be a good opportunity.

    Included in the update:

    Bears, Giants, Redskins, Texans add new "nickel triple" defense formation
    Bears, pirates, cardinals, packers, black panthers, crows, and titans have added new 2-4-5 nickel monster defense formations
    New goal line 6-2 defensive formation has been added to all team manuals
    Added 3-4 bear defense formations to Cardinals, Pirates, Dolphins, Lions, Packers, Patriots
    Added 4-3 odd defense formations for Jaguars, Saints, and Vikings
    New Tassom Hill formation and saint package

    The 5th year option for franchising – you can hear franchisees celebrate the world. This is what we want to see in the list of features we want to see in the franchise model.

    Under the franchise model, if you have qualified players, it will provide you with a plan at the end of the season to choose whether to re-sign their rookie contract for the fifth year. If you have people like Jared Goff, Carson Wentz or Patrick Mahomes, they will soon be looking for big deals, which is good news.

    The new X-element feature "Omaha" – mentioned Peyton Manning, one of the best players of all time, this X-element feature allows QB to view the art of cover behind the defensive camera through the front camera of the coach. region. It has a huge advantage in any game mode. With the addition of new capabilities, it is foreseeable that Peyton Manning will need to spend more Madden 20 Coins to obtain.

    It's great to see that the update is moving in the right direction, but EA still has a lot of work to do.