EA Sports has released a second title update for Madden NFL 25, which aims to fix a number of issues relating to gameplay, presentation and Madden Ultimate Team.
Generally the update brings improved stability overall, with plenty of tweaks for in-game injuries, blocking on the offensive lines, broken tackles and sweep plays. Prior to the update, in-game injuries were occurring far too often and tackles and blockings needed to be ironed out.
Players would be glad to know that the update also reinstates touchdown celebrations in all online game modes.
The previously reported issue of Solo Challenges awarding wins without a game’s completion in Madden Ultimate Team has been fixed. The problem of offline users not receiving content after earning a Gold in Skill Tutorials has been rectified as well. Connected Franchise will also receive a handful of tweaks, including for a number of issues with drafts and trading.
For a complete run through of the entire change log, you can visit the source below.
Madden NFL 25 launched for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on August 27. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will launch alongside their respective consoles on November 15 and November 22 respectively.
Source: EA Sports