Madden has changed a lot over time, but fans have been critical of it in recent years. These changes need to happen in its next installment.

Create A Better Super Bowl Experience

It's beyond time to make the video game version of the Super Bowl better than it is. While the announcers try to set the scene with how big a deal the juggernaut match is in the pregame, the game itself never really feels like a Super Bowl. The lack of high-quality presentations and some of the overall Super Bowl aesthetics like the logo and patches leaving a lot to be desired make it feel like a glorified exhibition match rather than one of the most important games of the player character's life.

Expand On Face Of The Franchise

One of the more intriguing features implemented into the Madden games in recent years is its story mode, Face of the Franchise. The game has presented some great ideas to players over the years, but it has yet to figure out its true potential.

Its latest iteration added the ability to make a character and play at both the high school and collegiate levels. However, it could be even better than that, including allowing players to play full seasons on lower levels before jumping into what is essentially Franchise mode but with more story.

Present Player Scenarios In A Better Way

Players were introduced to the Franchise Mode's scenario engine a few games back and it was not very popular among fans. Many felt like it was just "boosts" disguised as important choices that may impact a player's career. Throwing in scenarios that players are going to have to think twice about can be a really cool feature if implemented correctly. Rather than focus on rewarding the player with stat perks, have it be that the choices affect how the season plays out. For example, how a player may handle a smaller workload or nursing an injury in order to get healthy.

Expanded Coaching Staff

The scouting staff isn’t the only area that sorely needs an upgrade. Madden used to have coordinators featured in their Franchise Mode but recent years have failed to see any new developments in that area. Luckily, there have been whispers of this feature making its return in Madden 22. While you’re busy fist-pumping the air, let me lay out the ideal plan for coordinators.

They should be hired after the head coach.

They can be fired separately from the head coach.

They can be promoted if the head coach is fired.

They can accept offers elsewhere.

Let Players Create Custom Leagues

Add more presentation production

Whether it be regular-season matchups, pre-season exhibition games, or even the Super Bowl, you will find a certain lack of pre-match build-up, half-time assessments, live stats, pre-game/post-game press conferences, etc.

Even having the ability to see your opponent’s tendencies, common plays, or dangerous players to watch out for are great ways to get fans more amped to play. Taking away simple things like this you also take away from the overall engagement and realism within the game. Players are less likely to get invested in the story of their franchise if they feel like the production value is low.

One of the more interesting and fun features in NBA 2K is the ability to create teams from scratch and form an entire league around them. While there is a feature in Madden that will let a player relocate and rename a team in Franchise Mode, these locations and names are provided to the player. Customization is fun, so why not implement a way to make new football leagues? Or at least, give players the ability to reorganize the NFL itself with new divisions and conferences.

So here are the big features coming to the Madden 22 Franchise Modes, and do hope these new improvements will make the mode and even the new game better. More Madden 22 news and cheap Madden 22 Coins will be updated on time, stay tuned!