tonghuan: Madden 21 Beta Announced During Gameplay Deep Dive With Controls Changes
Madden 21 Beta Announced During Gameplay Deep Dive With Controls Changes
In the EA Madden NFL Twitch live stream on Thursday night, viewers can gain insight into the upcoming Madden 21 game upgrade. These include MUT Coins, regional decline coach adjustments and adoption improvements. However, the news that many gamers are waiting for is the new Madden 21 Beta, and they gave up some details for this.
The first game of Twitch deep diving took Agent K and Clint Oldenburg as examples, and discussed all the important game details in more detail. They don’t have many new shots, mainly showing gameplay trailer video scenes and some screenshots.
Some key developments are upgrades to the positioning system and new outdated game features. Quarterbacks will now throw when they are fired and will also throw faster when they feel pressure. Other updates include player personnel packaging, playing football and defense. After the live broadcast, Gridiron Notes is broadcast live here to provide full details of the game update.
During the live broadcast, a big problem that constantly appeared in the Twitch chat room involved Madden 21 Beta. After Clint and Kant showed the changes of the ball carrier movement control in "Madden 21", this was briefly introduced, as shown below.
Like the past "Madden", the pass stealing action has returned to the defense of the right hand. So, on the other hand, gamers will be able to view and see how it works in Beta.
For those who missed it, there is good news. He mentioned that although they can only provide internal betas, this year they hope more people will participate. Therefore, players who spend a lot of time on the game will also get the code. Emails with codes will also be sent to players who have played many games in MUT or buy MUT 21 Coins
The Madden 21 Beta code will also be released through various social media accounts. Other influencers will also release Beta code to the community, so please stay online for the next few weeks.