On Twitter in the past few days, #FixMaddenFranchise has been popular-in a global pandemic, in a controversial election and protest against racial injustice, and sports will eventually resume.

People like Madden. Or, they like to hate Madden. Or, they must love MUT Coins. That’s because in the past few years, the game has struggled to call it.

A few days ago, the game released a series of new features for the upcoming 2021 game, and, in a word, fans were very angry.

All the “improvements” listed above may only be fixes in the quick update of Madden ’20. Although game fans will undoubtedly purchase it for its relatively deep online mode (such as Madden Ultimate Team and Knockout Superstar) and the occasionally solo mode (Longshot), the main part of the game is the franchise mode.

Understandably, the game focuses almost all its energy on its online content, where it can make money through “microtransactions.” Madden has not really changed this model for seven years, it is outdated and backwards. It’s time for an overhaul. Fans should get it and guess what, EA Sports – they are willing to pay for it.

Here are five suggestions for what we think can provide NFL fans with due treatment, and how Madden should strive to improve the past situation:

In 2004, Madden launched its mini training camp mode-location-specific training exercises that can help you improve players entering the regular season. I still remember staying up late, an idle high school student, trying to win a gold medal in every exercise.

The exercise product has not been improved, but it has remained in the game until it disappeared in 2013 and never returned.

Madden 20, 19, 18, and… well, every version since 2013 is boring. It is universal. Game mode feels like the work you need to do to complete the game on time. It’s like a “C” student.

But games are not always like this. In the past, Buy Madden 21 Coins has shown that it can deeply analyze players and provide a feeling that looks real and novel every time it is played.

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