Madden 22 participated in the Spotlight series of EA Play Live, and we now know more about the scouting features that will enter the franchise model this year. The NFL draft process may look better than ever in Madden 22, and this is all the new content we learned about scouts and other franchise model updates.
One of the biggest information revealed during EA Play Live: Spotlight Series for Madden 22 is that they are currently planning three major updates to the series after the game is over. The non-specific release window in September 2021 is what we learned the most this time. No other potential content was discussed in the update, but Madden 22 was mentioned. Madden 21 previously abandoned three major franchise updates and may still be relevant.
We can look back at the release of Madden 21 to see when things started to decline. Last year, the first Gridiron Notes on the upcoming franchise update was released on September 3, 2020. Afterwards, Madden 21 carried out a complete franchise update live broadcast on November 10, January 6 and March 3, with the attached grid notes in-depth study of each addition or Madden 22 Coins.
The first episode of Madden 22 will be broadcast in September. This time we can see that these dates have accelerated, and we hope that each date will be two months earlier than last year. Although the first part of EA Play Live: Madden 22's limelight series may be a bit exaggerated in detail, it ended up being just brass chalk and revealed a lot of information about what is about to happen this year. The first thing discussed was the hope that scouts would be more approachable because they deleted the points-based system that they used in previous years. In this series, players can buy MUT Coins, because this time things will operate more widely and allow some autonomous driving to happen.