Around AOTF ×
Platforms
More
News

Madden NFL 13 sees biggest changes in franchise history

by | @AttackFanboy | on August 7, 2012

EA is somewhat concerned about how the millions of loyal Madden fans react to their games each year.  There are many who believe that EA doesn’t do enough to bring more innovation to the franchise.  Comparing it to annual Game of the Year finalists like the EA Sports’ Fifa and NHL franchises, the enhancements to Madden’s gameplay have been subtle.

In a recent interview with Games Industry, EA’s Andrew Wilson believes that this is the year that people see the amount of work put into the Madden franchise.  “I do believe that Madden did not have the level of innovation that some of our other franchises have had.  I look at the budget, time and hours going into making those games.  I look at the team this year and they made a concerted effort to put Madden right up there with FIFA, NHL and Fight Night Champion,” Wilson explained.

This year’s football title sees a number of improvements to the game, but most notable is the Infinity Engine.   The new engine that is powering Madden NFL 13 was designed to incorporate more dynamic animations and collision detection.  EA has claimed that this new engine “changes the outcome of every single play.”

EA’s Madden NFL 13 arrives later this month on numerous platforms.

Madden NFL 13 Trailer

Read This Next
Madden 13 predicts Ravens to top 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII
Madden 13 predicts Ravens to top 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII

The annual Madden simulation of the NFL Championship has predicted the Baltimore Ravens to top the San Francisco 49ers in...

Games Industry slides again in September
Games Industry slides again in September

September was another bad month for the retail video games business, despite the release of big name titles like Borderlands...

New This Week in Video Games
New This Week in Video Games

Madden NFL 13 – Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PS VITA, Wii – Madden NFL 13 is the 2012 release in...

Say Something