With Madden 22 coming out this summer, here are five NFL players who will be the best screen players in this year's video game. At that time of the year, almost nothing happened in the NFL. Unless you are also a fan of training camps, it may be difficult for some people to find the true milestones of the NFL offseason. For Madden fans, everything is ready to go, and many players have begun to prepare MUT 21 Coins.
Just don't tell avid Madden players.
After the controversy surrounding Madden 21, we can already focus on Madden 22, and Madden 21 Coins will also be upgraded to Madden 22 Coins. As I explained earlier this week, we can already expect some changes to the game, namely in franchise mode. Nowadays, the interesting thing seems to be predictions about the screen players of video games.
Gone are the days when fan voting ended, and players like Peyton Hillis have won prestigious honors. Instead, EA Sports selected one of the best players from the previous season, who they believe best reflects the meaning of the upcoming version. Here are 4 players who can see themselves on the cover of Madden 22, although one of them is worth mentioning.
Madden 22 Cover Athlete Candidate-Honor Award: Aaron Rodgers. The last MVP will actually be an excellent choice. The last thing EA Sports wanted to do was to launch Madden 22 with Rodgers in the wrong uniform. Although it is always possible to trade Rodgers before Madden is released, there are also some young players who may be better choices. Nevertheless, I was not surprised to see Rogers finally crowning the cover, especially since Tom Brady did the cover for "Madden 18". If you want to get players like Rodgers, it may take a long time. Fortunately, if you can buy MUT Coins, this will greatly reduce the difficulty of the game.