Over the last few weeks, we’ve found out what we can expect from NCAA Football 14 which pretty much guaranteed that this week would be when we find out details concerning it’s counterpart, Madden 25.
The cover vote, which has been going on for nearly 2 months now, is coming to an end on Wednesday so it makes sense for the first Madden 25 information to come out then. We have the full details below on what to expect over the next few months.
The most notable development today is what seems to be the renaming of “Connected Careers” to what is now be called “Connected Franchise.” This is likely due to several gamers not realizing that connected careers was essentially franchise mode to begin with and the uproar that ensued from it.
Run Free, Infinity Engine 2, & Cover Athlete Winner – April 25th
Unlock the power, precision and creativity of an NFL ball carrier.
Connected Franchise Part 1 – May 6th
Cement your legacy as one of the all-time great NFL players or coaches in the new and improved Connected Franchise.
Connected Franchise Part 2 – May 20th
Take ultimate control of your franchise.
Madden Share – June 24th
The best content from around the Madden NFL universe, right at your fingertips.
Madden 25 Ultimate Team – July 1st
Enjoy new ways to play and build your team in this year’s edition of Ultimate Team.
All-25 Team – TBD
Information and timeline still to be determined.
The release date for Madden 25 is currently scheduled for August 27th. The demo usually comes out 2-3 weeks before the game.
What feature are you most excited to hear more about? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
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I hope that Madden 25 brings back the ability to build your team a new stadium without having to relocate.
That sir, is my only request for Madden 25; To be able to have the ability to rebuild my stadium without relocating.