Three things are guaranteed in life: death, taxes, and another entry into the Madden NFL video franchise. EA Tiburon continues to get into scoring range with their yearly football game but will sadly once again have to settle for three instead of a touchdown.
Making video games is hard, especially one that comes every year. Ask the folks at 2K who develop NBA 2K and WWE 2K video games. But EA Tiburon is always up to the task and hoping to appease NFL fans by giving them the video game gridiron action they want.
Madden NFL 24 is a unique position because it’s the only football video game officially licensed by the NFL, so it’s the only way to get the authentic pro football experience. Every year, a Madden game arrives to much fanfare, but primarily complaints of it being nothing more than a rehash of the previous iteration with roster updates and slight tweaks.
Look no further than Madden NFL 23, which had actual NFL players on X (formerly known as Twitter) bashing the game for its lack of improvements in the gameplay department.
So, does this remain to be the case with Madden NFL 24? The game does have some improvements from last year’s edition, but is that enough to…