To get past these bugs, glitches, and the like, the new features in Madden 22 are exciting but aren't much added to the gameplay core of Madden. EA's Homefield Advantages add an awesome atmosphere. However, simple bugs like players wearing different uniforms to the flags, take away from the immersive nature of the football simulator.
It's a similar experience the way it does in Madden and the same way of dropping back into the back pocket with star QBs like Rodgers or Mahomes, as well as some of EA Sports' Superstar X-Factors can help to make the game more fluid. It's slightly more dynamic than previous years, particularly on the defensive side of things, with a stronger emphasis on stick-based defense.
Madden 22's majority of modes have the same problems like the previous versions, and in some cases, even regressed.
Madden is not focusing on their storytelling experiences, despite other titles , like NBA 2K or MLB The Show, which require you to tell a different story each year. In the past, we used to grind through a few High School games, and after that, we would play a few games within the NCAA Playoffs, and this was fun because it wasn't a guarantee to get a top spot in the draft.
Through many struggles and tragedies, players found their way onto an NFL team and eventually make their way into the starting lineup. However, in Madden 22, they've cut all of these hardships with the most current version of Face of the Franchise, since your player created is one of the most promising potential players ever since Andrew Luck or Joe Burrow.