EA Sports has released the Madden NFL 18 update 1.04 for the game’s console ports, which makes a number of different changes to the game, both in the interest of quality of life or fan-requested things, and bug fixes and changes to frustrating parts of the game’s mechanics in multiple different areas.
To start with, a number of new features have been added both to the Madden Ultimate Team Mode and the Longshot story mode. The Longshot Game Rewind mode will allow players to replay scenes from the story mode, something that on launch hadn’t been available to do.
Madden Ultimate Team has also gotten a number of additions, such as being able to play in seasons, the additions of leaderboards, lineup restrictions, and official tournament rules as well, so you can now trigger videos by looking at MUT tiles.
Along with the additions to the Madden Ultimate Team and the Longshot story mode, a number of other problems have also been fixed. For starters, various issues like players not being able to be tackled once they’ve recovered a fumble, receivers running an incorrect route when assigned to a bubble, players getting faked out by ball carrier moves when controlled by the actual player, and more have also been fixed.
The game has also experienced a number of different visual adjustments, such as the addition of numerous different types of face masks, cleats, and uniforms being added to the game.
And going even further, various gameplay adjustments, new chemistry abilities, and more have also made their way into the game, allowing players to be able to be more versatile in games as they play.
If you want to learn about the rest of the various adjustments that came in Madden NFL 18 update 1.04, you can follow this link to the official patch notes for the game.