The latest title update to Madden NFL 25, which went live yesterday, adds fixes to gameplay, presentation, Madden Ultimate Team, and Connected Franchise, EA Sports announced.
General updates include improved stability in all game modes and a glitch in Gameface that caused eyes to render gray. In terms of gameplay, the second Madden NFL 25 update tunes in-game injuries so they occur less frequently, pull blocking on the offensive line, broken tackles when using Truck Stick, and an issue pertaining to toss/sweep plays when the game speed is set to Slow.
On the presentation side of things, EA Sports has reinstated touchdown celebrations across all online game modes and made improvements to the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Game’s logic.
Madden Ultimate Team’s Solo Challenges now no longer award players a win when they haven’t finished the game, and fixed how earning a Gold in Skill Tutorial would not unlock the proper content. Connected Franchise also received a number of fixes, including missing facemasks on some players from an imported draft class, the accelerated clock in FCM head-to-head games, and how Vikings stadium would show unrealistically low temperatures and be snowed in heavily during the preseason.
All of these changes pertain to the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Madden NFL 25. Its next-gen counterparts will launch alongside the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 15 (November 29 in Europe) and November 22 respectively.