New modes Superstar KO and Yard add in Madden 21
Madden NFL 21 is the latest branch of EA Sports' video game series. Similarly, this year, American football simulation also brought some innovations. In addition to the regular game modes (such as Franchise and Ultimate Team), there are two brand new ways to immerse yourself in this year's NFL: Yard and Superstar. Besides, the story mode appears under Face Of The Franchise in Madden NFL 21.
New Modes in Madden
Yard: American football on the street? Exactly. According to FIFA's street mode "Volta," each team in the "yard" can play street football with six people. Just like in the story mode "The Face of the Franchise," a player is also created here; in addition to the NFL star, he also joined his team.
Superstar KO: This mode is also brand new. This is an online mode where you can play solo or cooperate with other Madden players. Before each duel, a team is drafted so that only three players and a coach are selected. Then, each team conducts a series of attacks. In the end, the leader will win the game.
The Madden 21 TOTW8 update put Myles Garrett in the lead
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How to Improve Defensive strategy in Madden NFL 21
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Madden 21 Tips and Tricks for Beginners
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Ten Players Add in Madden 21 Ultimate Team Power Up Pass
A total of 10 players in Madden 21 Ultimate Team got the Power Up card on the Wildcard on Wednesday. Among the most outstanding are the Arizona Cardinals' catcher Larry Fitzgerald, the Detroit Lions center back Adrian Peterson, and the Tennessee Titans QB Ryan Tannehill. Now, each player has 68 OVR necessary power supplies that can be used to upgrade them.