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Madden 25 Ultimate Team Adds H2H Seasons & More

The addition of new features and the return of old ones highlight Madden 25 Ultimate Team.
The addition of new features and the return of old ones highlight Madden 25 Ultimate Team.

We’ve been waiting for quite a while now for EA Sports to release details surrounding this year’s Madden 25 Ultimate Team mode, and now we’ve finally got our first look, and it includes some new features, as well as some returning ones.

The biggest addition announced for MUT this year will be Head-to-Head Seasons, which pits players against one another in 10-game seasons, as well as playoffs, with better rewards the further you progress. In total, there are “eight increasing levels of competition,” which will give players a level of depth in the mode to play through in Madden NFL 25.

Along with the new features, MUT will also see a return of “Chemistry,” but rather than an overall team setup, it’s a highly-specialized system that promises to make things more realistic and better differentiate teams (see full Chemistry list here). Those who are able to fit players within their schemes will be able to see on-field synergy benefits from it.

In the words of EA: “Looking to air it out with a long pass offense? In that case, you should combine a strong-armed quarterback like Matthew Stafford with a burner like Larry Fitzgerald.”

Ok, maybe they didn’t quite hit the mark with that example, but I’m sure you get the idea. For more information on Madden 25 Ultimate Team, check out the full blog post over on EA Sports, as well as the brief teaser video below discussing the mode.

Madden 25 Ultimate Team Teaser

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