EA Sports has confirmed that it will continue to Mut 22 coins update and support Madden NFL's Franchise mode , following reports that suggest that the company would not release any further updates for it. In a statement to IGN the spokesperson of EA Sports said more updates are expected as part Madden NFL 22's live services approach.
"We don't like to speak about rumors or speculation; however, we're committed to continuing to improve Franchise as a feature of our Madden NFL 22 live-streaming service, as well as beyond it," the spokesperson said. "This includes two forthcoming Franchise update that we'll release during Madden NFL 22. We'll have more information on these updates in the new year."
Sports Gamers Online reported recently that EA Sports opted to cancel further updates to Madden NFL 22's Franchise mode. Madden's Franchise mode has proven to be a particular pain point for the game over the years, with fans asking for bigger, better-quality updates to the game but not always getting what they require.
GameSpot's Madden NFL 22 review praised the game, partly for its "meaningful changes" that are part of the franchise game, including different strategies for each week. "No Two games will be alike, and Franchise manages to strike an ideal balance where what you perform off the field can have positive effects on what you do on the field, to the point where it fundamentally alters how you're expected and expected to react to every match," writer Richard Wakeling said.
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