EA Chief Studios boss Laura Miele has been sharing some new insights on the company's first next-generation games, one of which is EA Sports' Madden NFL 21. Miele says the game will not only look better and load faster thanks to the strength of that and Xbox PS5 Series X, but will also contain some improvements under-the-hood to make the game more authentic to the NFL experience.
He told GI.biz that Madden NFL 21 will use a "next-gen statistics" which would seem to include the player statistics are updated in real time. Here is how he describes the feature: "In Madden we will be using the next NFL genes statistics so that every athlete in the game will play how they do in real life, with the data that is updated in real-time"
Player ratings are a big part of the Madden series - it is always a big issue every year when the ratings are revealed and players react to them. Changes are made regularly in previous games, based on real-world performance, but it sounds like Madden NFL 21 will take things even further by updating them in "real time."
It is not exactly clear how this will work, or if this feature will be available on the PS4 and Xbox One editions of the game, but keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest. This new feature is based on the assumption that the upcoming NFL season is going to go forward. Play is currently scheduled to begin in August with a normal pre-season before the season proper begins in September. Furthermore,You can buy Cheap Madden 21 Coins at z2u.com by using the code “Z2U” for a 3% discount.
Miele also shared that Madden NFL 21 will feature a new crowd mechanics so people look and act more believably. "Fans in the stadium will be a unique people respond to the action on the pitch," he said.The NFL has yet to announce if fans would be allowed into the stadium for the game this year, if they advanced.
In addition, Miele revealed that Madden NFL 21 will use "deferred rendering" to make the action more realistic light and react. There will also be "dynamic weather system" that can affect how athletes look and perform on the field. "The game will feel different, better, and more deeply," said Miele.
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