Madden NFL 19 Announced for PS4, Xbox One - VGChartz
Madden NFL 19 Announced for PS4, Xbox One

Madden NFL 19 Announced for PS4, Xbox One - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 02 June 2018 / 3,280 Views

Electronic Arts announced Madden NFL 19 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. It will launch on August 10.

Anyone who pre-orders the Hall of Fame Edition will get access to the game on August 7, while EA Access members on the Xbox One will be able to play the game for a limited number of hours starting on August 2.

"We’ve worked directly with community members on Madden NFL 19 to make a deeper, more immersive football game that gives players what they want – more choice, more control, and key enhancements to fan-favorite modes," said Carlos Guerrero, a senior producer of Madden NFL 19. "Real Player Motion technology combined with all new franchise-building tools like Positional Archetypes and the return of Custom Draft Classes are features that football fans will find fun and engaging. Madden NFL 19 steps up the authentic football experience in so many ways."

Franchise and Ultimate Team game modes have been reworked for Madden NFL 19. Franchise mode will let players choose between offensive and defensive schemes. Ultimate Team now has new training tools. 

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LuccaCardoso1 (on 25 May 2018)

Wow, that's an announcement I was DEFINITELY not expecting.

MoonKnight (on 25 May 2018)

Unless there is a MASSIVE upgrade to franchise mode, I will wait until 2020.

UltimateGamer1982 (on 26 May 2018)

Question. Does anyone know if these modern madden games run at 60 FPS on base PS4/Xbox 1? I remember the ps2 ones were and they still look good today due to the smoothness on a good crt.

Ljink96 (on 25 May 2018)

Hmm...no Switch again. I could understand 2018 but 2019 should have been a no brainer. Or maybe they just know their games won't do all that well on Switch, which is understandable.

KrspaceT (on 25 May 2018)

Is the lack of PC unusual?

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Ljink96 (on 25 May 2018)

Huh, that is strange. I kinda thought that would be a given. I'm sure it'll launch with the PS4/Xbone versions. If not, that'd be unusual indeed.

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Darc Requiem (on 25 May 2018)

@KrspaceT they dropped the PC version years ago.

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AlfredoTurkey (on 26 May 2018)

Yup, the PC version was canned because they didn't like the fact that on PC, you can mod in current rosters.

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AlfredoTurkey (on 25 May 2018)

Still playing NFL 2K5 and Tecmo Super Bowl. I refuse to buy Madden.