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Madden NFL 17 Install Size Revealed Through Xbox Store
Set to release next month, Madden NFL 17 install size has been revealed through the Xbox marketplace. It seems like Madden NFL 17 install size will be around 20.66GB of space on storage drives, at least on Xbox.
As with every new iteration of the franchise, there will of course be new features, tweaks and settings to deliver an improved experience from last year. A bigger and better roster representing the latest changes in the NFL world will also be part of the game.
According to EA, this year Madden NFL 17 would have the most immersive franchise mode to date, but then again that is to be expected with a new game every year.
Some of the other new and improved features in Madden NFL 17 includes an upgraded Ground Game, new Ball Carrier UI prompts that help teach the players some special moves and Madden 365.
EA Tiburon, developers of the game, also announced that they are hiring two new announces; Brandon Gaudin and Charles Davis for the game.
Unlike previous Madden NFL games, there was no voting to select the player who would appear on the cover of Madden NFL 17. Having lost last year’s vote to Odell Beckham Jr. in an attempt to appear on the cover of Madden NFL 16, Rob Gronskowski will be appearing on the cover of this year’s game.
EA also released Top 10 Offensive Lineman ratings from Madden NFL 17 recently. Leading the pack is Joe Thomas with an overall rating of 97 followed by Tyron Smith with the same rating. The other players on the list include Josh Sitton, Terron Armstead and Trent Williams. The full list can be seen here.
Madden NFL 17 is set to release on August 23rd for PS4, Xbox One, PS3 and Xbox 360. Unlike FIFA 17, the game will be using Ignite engine instead of Frostbite.