As usual, Madden NFL 21 receives constant fixes and upgrades, and in November is not an exception. Despite that the new patch arrives to hotfix many problems, this new update has caused some server issues. Let’s break down all of this patch’s biggest changes and also the new server issues.
Here are the patch notes of this November Update Patch.
First, superstar KO adds Endless Run, a new game mode where players compete to stack the highest win streak in the game’s history.
Secondly, decreased penalties for defenders intercepting in traffic, which will reduce the number of dropped interceptions.
There are many fixes on QB. Such as the QB fumble frequency, QB draw movement, QB Slide, and Drive, etc.
And there are also system improvements on AI, RAC, edge-rush animations, passing movements, ball movements, etc.
And finally, they improved the Face of Franchise mode stability. Players now can enjoy better gameplay.
There’re more improvements that you can feel in the actual game. You can update this patch and experience them yourself.
However, this November Update Patch generates a problem with the servers, which have been down for many players for over 24 hours since the November Title Update. EA has put out a temporary solution: players can delete reserved space on their consoles or re-install the game to get through and log in. While this isn’t guaranteed to work, EA recommends players try it. In the meantime, EA is working on a brand new Title Update to fix the November Title Update issues.
Madden NFL 21 is out right now for the current generation of consoles: PlayStation 4, Windows PC, and Xbox One. And you can buy Madden coins on the MUTeamGo store!
(Contributed by GB; Edited by Hermes_Fang)