There has been no shortage of Madden 25 info over this past week, and today is no different after another EA Sports Game Changer has unveiled some new information surrounding this season's football game.
It's one of the worst moments of any Madden player's life: You tried to switch players to pick off a pass, but you didn't get the guy you wanted, and now you're burned for a touchdown. Madden 25 is hoping to get rid of those and other player-switching woes with an all-new "switch assist" feature.
It took a few days longer than we were told, but the new Madden 25 defense video has finally arrived, although it doesn't break down much of the actual gameplay, it does show off a lot of new animations found in the game.
There are not too many things that early play testers of Madden 25 can talk about just yet, but co-founder of Under The Code Corey Andress had a lot to say about the run blocking enhancements (among other things) found in an early build of the game.
As if there wasn't enough to talk about with Madden 25 today, a recent blog post by an EA Game Changer revealed that this year's upcoming game may be intercepting an idea that's long been a favorite of ours in the NCAA Football series.
If you haven't been using the new 'Ball Hawk' feature in Madden 13 this past season, then I'm sorry to say you are doing something very, very wrong. The feature is so powerful, in fact, that some community members are calling for it to be tied to a rating in Madden 25.