Madden NFL 18 Longshot Reviews
Madden NFL 18 is available since released on August 2017 for PS4 and Xbox One and enthusiastically enthusiastically fans of American Football with virtual touchdowns. EA has been struggling to put the events of American football day. Although all of original features are great, the best part of the Madden NFL 18 is definitely its Longshot mode.
If it were the chicly staged, largely convincingly played as well as sometimes emotional story mode “Longshot” not, Madden NFL 18 would definitely no more than a (graphics) upgrade to the full price. Yes, with the switch from the Ignite-engine originally developed exclusively for EA Sports to the Frostbite engine, the quality of the presentation (keyword: spectator), physics, AI as well as in general has been added to the visual quality class.
With the focus on the engine change as well as the “Longshot” profiting from a good screenplay, it is not surprising that little has happened with regard to the modes and the game feeling largely unchanged despite the reduced playing speed. Accordingly, anyone who can do without the story and do not feel like the new 3-versus-3 co-ops in the Ultimate Team can wait or do without.
Anyone who has paused on the other side in the last few years can be sure to get Madden NFL 18 the most visually advanced and a playful comprehensive American football package, whose mechanical strengths and weaknesses, despite modifications, are largely identical to the previous year’s model.
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