Today in this article on the review of Madden For PC, I have to say a lot because Madden 19 is the first time the series has come to desktops since Madden 08. With every new Madden comes a new set of upgrades and disappointments, but Madden NFL 20’s balance is a bit more favorable than usual. So let’s deep dive into this Madden For PC article and tell you about what we love or hate about this Madden game on PC so far.
(Overview) Madden For PC Review: Surprisingly Great
Firstly if we talk about the controls of Madden for PC, then this Madden game carries the basic grammar which you all should have known from the PS1 days, or the PS2 days, or the PS3 days, or the PS4 days are still intact. Like the B button will let you perform a spin move. The Y button hurdles. You juke and hesitate with the right stick. When a quarterback drops back to pass you’re presented with a menu of wideouts and tight ends, each with a floating button above their head. So just check some Madden For PC system requirements.
Madden for PC System Requirements –
Let’s start with the most important thing about this Madden game which the system requirement of Madden for PC. The player should be very much happy with Madden’s modest system requirements which mean it should play just fine on most gaming PCs capable of playing new AAA games. These are the minimum specs to run it:
- OS: Windows 7 or newer
- GPU: GeForce GTX 660, Radeon RX 460, or equivalent
- CPU: Core i3-4350, FX-4330, or equivalent
- Memory: 8GB
- HDD Space: 48.5GB
Now if we talk about the technical stuff of this Madden game, then Madden for PC gives you control over a decent amount of graphics options though it’s far from extensive. The windows modes are limited to full-screen or windowed. The basics you’d expect are all present and accounted for, though, including support for 4K resolutions, V-Sync, and 30-fps, 60-fps, or uncapped frame rates. But the lack of HDR support is a bummer considering that a post-launch patch added the feature to last year’s Madden on consoles.
Playing Madden on PC feels so damned good:
While talking about the changes within the game then there’s one significant change which addresses a problem Madden has been struggled with for years, and the problem is creating consistent defensive line pressure in a way that felt organic. Finally, Madden for PC delivers a new trait system that forces the player to not only scan the defensive scheme during pre-snap but also to keep one eye on the defensive linemen – especially those who may have completed objectives to unlock an X-Factor ability.
Other than the internal changes, the game also comes with visual, precise, and meaningful upgrades. Instances of bizarre player-to-player interactions during tackles have been drastically reduced, meaning fewer clown-like trips and falls and a greater sense that you’re engaging in a physical battle between two sets of superhumans. This has little to no impact on what you can achieve with or without the ball, but it certainly brings the quality of presentation closer to what you’d expect to see from an actual NFL broadcast.
New Missions & Packs in Madden For PC –
Now if we talk about the latest additions into the game, then we must say that there are new “missions” intended to guide you toward the best items in the game. For example, if you can collect 60 stars, you’ll receive an NFL Epic Baker Mayfield, rated an 86 overall. Want to acquire the 86-rated Epic Deacon Jones? It will require you to collect 120 stars. Other specific missions will want you to gain a specified amount of yards against specific a defense, and if you do so, the rewards are 500 coins and a GridIron pack.
Other than these there are also multiple missions present within the game, and as per the team, they are going to add even more throughout the year to help you build your fantasy team into a contender. The rewards can vary greatly depending on the difficulty, but for me, the missions are integrated nicely into MUT, and the requirements are reasonable.
Let’s end this article on Madden For PC Review, and we have to say that in addition to the usual incremental graphics upgrade and respectable new story campaign, Madden meaningfully improves on a lot of the issues that plagued the previous iteration. The game which we tried was noticeably smoother than we expected and X-Factor traits make superstar players actually feel like a force to be reckoned with on the field.
Hence here we conclude our article on the Madden For PC Review in which we have mentioned all the details so that you will get to know about every single stuff of this Madden game and if you love our work then you can appreciate us by commenting down below.