The #FixMaddenFranchise movement started more than a month ago. Although EA has spoken on this topic many times, the details of their promised improvements have not been shared. Given the latest news about NFL football games (current and future), EA seems to have more incentives to repair Madden 21 Coins.
Last week, 2K announced its second major partnership with NFL-related entities. It has already obtained a license for non-simulation games with NFL team names and logos, but the recent agreement also allows 2K to use NFL players in upcoming football games on multiple platforms.
We are still talking about non-simulation, but if you are familiar with PARK in NBA 2K, you will know what kind of monster 2K can be created in a non-simulation environment. When you have the ability to use an NFL player, the possibilities are almost limitless.
NFL MyTeam, NFL PARK and other 7vs7 competitions, including microtransactions, player building, etc. If you upgrade the game engine of All-Pro Football 2K8, then a powerful framework will be in place.
EA will not ignore these possibilities. In fact, people believe that the unannounced EA arcade mode "Yard" in the video game "Madden" will be forced to reduce the momentum that 2K games similar to NFL-PARK may generate.
From EA's point of view, all of this makes sense, but this is another approach that EA can take to not only answer the 2K potential arcade game champions, but also enhance Madden's control in the simulation field.
By making every effort to improve the franchise model of Madden 21 after the release, and then making Buy MUT Coins a priority for Madden 22 (meaning to enrich it to make it the best version of the concept of this type), EA can emphasize its dominant position in No permission to operate in the 2K area. Although 2K can develop the fun of arcade games, it still has certain limitations. These are restrictions that EA does not have at any level.