Madden NFL 20 is one of the most popular NFL experiences in the videogame world. If you like this type of title, then this is definitely one of the best to enjoy. And the best part is that they have up to date rosters, great gameplay and new modes added all the time. But is Madden NFL 20 a very good addition to the series?
This time around they have a personalized career campaign named Face of the Franchise. You will basically create your own quarterback and then you will enter the college football playoff. This will help you get drafted into the NFL. There are 10 licensed college teams that you can choose from. Simply put, from here you will get noticed by various teams and then you will be able to enjoy becoming the star you were always meant to be.
What’s really nice in the game is the tremendous attention to detail and the visuals you get here. It really is a spectacular visual experience that will impress you right off the bat. The stadiums are astonishing, even the crowd design is decent considering other titles in the series.
But what really matters in a game like this is how fluid the gameplay really gets. Based on my experience with the game I found that the controls are fast and very accurate. Not only that, but you have a wide array of ideas and features for you to explore, and the attention to detail itself is among some of the best every time.
Another thing I like about Madden NFL 20 is the passing play and the rush and attack approach. It just works super well and you will find yourself trying to improve and getting better and better all the time. It seems that it gets better at first only to be a tad challenging. But you do have lots of interesting ways to test your team and try out all kinds of attacks that you will enjoy in a situation like this.
When people start playing a title like Madden NFL 20, they want something fun and very creative. I found that Madden NFL 20 really is something like that, without all the challenges and tricky situations you can find out there. The game really pushes the boundaries and it delivers a tremendous attention to value without making things rush too much. And that’s what really matters in a game like this, the spectacle and the speed you get every time you play.
The Ultimate improvements are a bit scarce, but I did notice that the game does have a set of interesting ideas like replacing Solo Challenges with Ultimate challenges. These new challenges are star based challenges that vary in difficulty and rewards. It’s a creative way to keep you playing and constantly challenge yourself as you strive to get better and better all the time. The story campaign is decent and the gameplay is good, the only major issue for some people is the not so good animations. But that can be improved and Madden NFL 20 can easily become an amazing game as long as they stick with it a bit more before going to the next version.