Madden 18 Review Of Game Modes
Madden NFL 18 has decided to use the same test elements as Instead of trying to make major changes to the gameplay. The Longshot story mode is also partly a part that may not be satisfying all gamers.
The gameplay mechanics of the game itself haven’t changed much, and this isn’t a bad thing. Controls are snappy, and that jiggle in the triggers of the One S controller is amazing.
The franchise mode and fantasy franchise modes are also excellent, giving you the chance to run a dynasty. These modes’ integration online is done well. In terms of overall experience, the Madden gameplay is phenomenal, and if you love the past games, you’ll love this one too.
The hot new mode this year though is “Longshot”, wherein you take control of Devin Wade. Wade is a high school football star who had to be away from the game for a few years. With your friends, family, and mentor, you’ll work your way to become a successful NFL star.
The Longshot mode is amazing, holding up well to FIFA 17′s “Journey’ mode. The mode brings a lot of fun to a single player mode, especially if you’re new to Madden.
Madden NFL 18 gives a great visual advance and becomes the Madden with better graphics so far thanks to the Frostbite engine. Discover the new exteriors of the stadiums, surrounded by urban landscapes, and watch the NFL show come to life in the most photorealistic game to date.