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What You Need to Know About Madden NFL 25 on PS4 & Xbox One

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What You Need to Know About Madden NFL 25 on PS4 & Xbox One

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Nearly eight years ago, the transition from “Gen 2” to “Gen 3” in console video gaming began with the launch of the Microsoft Xbox 360 on November 22nd, 2005.  There for the launch of the new console was EA SPORTS Madden NFL 06, the first game under the company’s new exclusive license with the National Football League and also a game which has lived in infamy ever since due to the sheer volume of features which were lost in the move from the previous console generation.

As we await the launch of the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One in just over 2 and 3 weeks respectively, EA SPORTS has taken a different approach this time around.  The “Gen 4” versions of Madden NFL 25 promise to be as feature-rich as the “Gen 3” versions released at the end of August, while simultaneously making use of a newly-developed engine known as “EA SPORTS IGNITE” to improve the quality of the game on these new consoles.

Join us today at GoodGameBro as we take a closer look at the things you need to know about Madden NFL 25 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One!

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Brian Parker is the Senior Associate Editor at He focuses on the NCAA Football, NHL, and FIFA Soccer franchises, though he plays nearly every sports game on the market. You can follow Brian on Twitter at @Paakaa10.

  • Quarrie Franklin

    As for Madden 25 and how I feel about it… Hmm, since we haven’t seen much about it and it comes out in 15 days or so, that worries me. EA Sports has always had the great “marketing words” to explain their new features, but the features rarely work how they claim they do.

    Honestly, I more than likely won’t be picking up Madden this year. I will wait until the game isn’t just a port of the poorly animated current gen version. For next gen, a standard should be set, not only in graphics, but also in intelligence and player movement. And dammit EA, allow for some competition, it will help you to get better at what you do.

  • Lee Rochester

    We are now eight days from launch of the PS4 and still no actual gameplay from either NBA Live or Madden. Color me concerned.

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