We’ve gotten plenty from EA about Madden 21, and it’s only getting better.
Let’s go over everything we know so far about Madden 21 on the PS4.
Latest news – Full X-Factor and Superstar Abilities Reveal
EA transitioned from ratings reveals to X-Factor reveals in the last two weeks, and eventually released a full list of Superstar and X-Factor abilities coming in Madden 21.
You can read over the Gridiron notes on the topic here.
Madden 21 PS4 release date
Madden 21 will arrive for early access 25 August, and will release for everyone 28 August!
While we’ve had several looks into the game, we expected to see even more at EA Play on 18 June but were sorely disappointed.
Cover athlete & MVP Edition
The MVP Edition has been confirmed, and will offer three days of early access for those that pre-order it.
And who else but the reigning NFL MVP, Lamar Jackson, would hold down the cover spot?
Madden 21 PS4 cost
That’s right, pre-orders are officially available now for Madden 21!
The price of the Standard Edition of Madden 21 is $59.99, and the price of the MVP Edition is $79.99.
Madden 21 on PS5
The PS5 reveal event may not have featured Madden 21, but plenty has come out since.
Still, there is some reasonable hesitancy among the PlayStation community about buying the game immediately on PS4 or waiting for the PS5.
EA premiered the Madden 21 official reveal trailer on 16 June, and while some fans were underwhelmed with what was shown, the followup post going into the development process and new changes has led to plenty of hype.
Face of the Franchise
Thanks to the power of consoles like the PS4, we’ve seen some huge leaps in both graphics and gameplay. It appears that almost yearly, we’re seeing more depth than ever before.
With Franchise mode, and the “Rise to Fame” subheading, you start with your character in High School before progressing through College and into the NFL.
We won’t spoil any surprises here, but it’s safe to say it’s looking like one of the most in-depth modes to date.