As a spectator of the Philadelphia Eagles and the general NFC East, this NFL season was bad because there was no better word. Expectations were high at the beginning of the season, but they have almost disappeared in the last few weeks. And the same is true for Madden NFL 21. This year’s installments received a free next-generation upgrade and expectations were high. After all, whether it’s the entire previous article or compared to the Xbox One version, it’s much the same.
For our thoughts on most of the game, our first Click here for a review of Madden NFL 21.. This review focuses on the improvements offered by the Xbox Series X | S NXT LVL Edition.
First of all, it is worth noting what progress can be passed on from the old to the next generation. Not surprisingly, the progress of the Madden Ultimate team will continue, but not in competitive modes such as the Weekend League. However, unlike the lack of progress in the next generation of FIFA, game modes such as the classic franchise and the face of franchise will continue. For those playing the more traditional Madden mode, it’s not necessary to resume all progress on the way to the Super Bowl. Yard progress and customizable avatars will continue. For the sake of fairness, most of the modes are easy to continue with the new console.
The menu design is inadequate and the movement is sluggish. The load time has been significantly improved overall, but the menu system is hampered by a pop-up showing the new players available in Ultimate Team.This can be done every time you switch modes, or[設定]It also happens when you access the menu and see if you can turn off these pop-ups. Unfortunately, I can’t. Madden feels like he’s always trying to remind us of other modes in which microtransactions dominate the most. After all, this next-generation upgrade was available for free. Fast load times mean that you can get into action very quickly.
In the field, you will finally be able to experience the power of next-generation upgrades. With the introduction of crowd animation and NextGen Stats, the visuals have been improved and the presentation has been improved.
Next Gen Stats is the headliner for the Madden franchise on Xbox Series X | S, giving simulated players a real-life uniqueness. Using RFID tags on the player’s shoulder pads, a large amount of data is collected from each game and used in Madden, making everything feel a bit more “real”. This is seen primarily through the movements of the next generation of players, but with the addition of thousands of player animations that help pin the actual route, movement, and speed. Many of the improvements between generations may seem a bit “internal”, but the differences are noticeable. However, there are still subtle differences and minor issues. It’s not perfect, but it’s a big improvement.
Next Gen Stats also enables improved replays that are more consistent with what you see on Sunday in the NFL. Do a good run or pass and expect this to be analyzed in detail. Next Gen Replays displays dynamic stats such as the speed of the running player and the number of seconds the ball was in the air during the Hail Mary Pass. The first dozen are certainly impressive, but for those who want to get back into action, just like a regular replay, this is simply skipped.
The play call itself has also been improved. Now you can search for plays “by player” and target superstars more often. Also, if you find a play that you want to repeat, you can add it to your favorites and find it in each particular tab.
There are still obvious issues between the standard version of Madden NFL 21 and the NXTLVL version. That is, most of the game itself has been reused and recycled since the last few years. The game mode is still disappointing. Yard tries to recreate the NFL Street, but with no personality. The Face produced Franchise character model remains in the Uncanny Valley, and the Classic Franchise is exactly the same as the previous installation. Sadly, it’s clear enough that the Madden Ultimate Team is where most of the updates were applied during the installation. However, this Madden generational update does not improve the Ultimate Team.
For the achievement hunters out there, the buggy achievements on the Xbox One version of Madden NFL 21 seem to have been fixed in the Series X | S NXT LVL version. And this next-generation version comes with a fresh 1000G to aim for.
The overall presentation and data analysis of the Madden NFL 21 NXT LVL Edition has been improved. Xbox Series X | S, This remains almost the same disappointing entry. It’s heavily hampered by shallow game modes such as The Yard, Superstar KO, Class Franchise, and Face of the Francise. In the months since the first release, these may have materialized, but the only major update will be in the form of next-generation statistics. This new feature is a valuable addition, but it does not address the underlying flaws in Madden NFL 21.
As a spectator of the Philadelphia Eagles and the general NFC East, this NFL season was bad because there was no better word. Expectations were high at the beginning of the season, but they have almost disappeared in the last few weeks. And the same is true for Madden NFL 21. This year’s installments received a free next-generation upgrade and expectations were high. After all, whether it’s the entire previous article or compared to the Xbox One version, it’s much the same. Check out Madden’s first review for our thoughts on most of the game …
Madden NFL21 NXT LVL Edition Review
Madden NFL21 NXT LVL Edition Review
- Next Gen Stats improves the liquidity of actions in the field
- Improved Game Day presentation
- Much of the progress in mode will be carried over
- Shallow game mode remains shallow
- The menu always guides you to the Madden Ultimate team
- The franchise face cutscene still looks disappointing
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-EA
- Format-Xbox Series X, PS5
- Version reviewed-Xbox Series X
- Release Date-December 2020
- Price-From £ 69.99