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Madden NFL 15 delivers everything fans need to own their rivals on both sides of the field, including the most immersive defensive gameplay control in franchise history. Like the Super Bowl XLVIII champion Seattle Seahawks, you can pave your way to the Lombardi Trophy by building a stout defense fit to challenge the most prolific offenses in the game. Fans will also experience an entirely new broadcast presentation that delivers Madden NFL game day like never before with dramatic all-new camera angles, as well as dynamic pre-game and halftime features. It’s not just football, it’s Madden Season.

Deliver on Defense


A New Point of View – See defense through a whole new lens with all-new camera angles that let you attack the play from the defensive’s perspective. Lock in on a single defender and go for the big play or follow the action wherever the ball goes.

Bring the Heat –
Utilize a new set of pass rush tools to beat your blocker and disrupt the backfield. New mechanics to jump the snap, shed blocks and steer offensive linemen put your in control and make defensive linemen more powerful and versatile than ever.

Risk vs. Reward –
Defenders can now make aggressive or conservative tackles in the open field, with proximity cones showing the effective range of each. Aggressive tackles can lead to big plays and fumbles, but conservative tackles are more likely to bring the ball-carrier down without giving up extra yards. The choice is yours, but so are the consequences.

Best of Broadcast


Director’s Cut – Broadcast and NFL Films –inspired presentation redefines the way games are presented. New cameras capture the emotion of every play from fresh new perspectives, and choose from 6 gameplay cameras pre-snap to get the best view of the action.

Show Time – The new pre-game and halftime shows, complete with studio commentary, tell the story of the game, with special emphasis on game-changing matchups and big play highlights.

Be a Student of the Game

Crowd-sourced Play Call – A revolutionary recommendation engine utilizes data from millions of online games to surface the best selection of plays possible for the match-up and situation. Sort from traditional sets and formations, to expert recommendations, to what’s working the best in the Madden NFL community.

Run The Gauntlet – Skills Trainer has been expanded to teach not only gameplay skills, but strategy and football concepts as well. Learn how to read zone defenses, when to hot route a receiver, and more with nearly 50 new tutorials and drills. Once you’ve mastered the basics, enter The Gauntlet where your skills will be put to the ultimate test through intense challenges and boss battles.

On top of the features above, be sure to check out the new Madden screenshots which you can find here.

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Member Comments
# 1 Madwolf @ 06/09/14 03:08 PM
A New Point of View is really disappointing to me as a listed feature. This has been in and out of football games since 2005.
 
# 2 green94 @ 06/09/14 03:10 PM
The vision cone is back!
 
# 3 labguy @ 06/09/14 03:14 PM
They adding anything to online franchise mode?
 
# 4 smiley3 @ 06/09/14 03:15 PM
No sleeve for johnny football? Equipment needs an overhaul bad
 
# 5 jeremym480 @ 06/09/14 03:16 PM
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Show Time – The new pre-game and halftime shows, complete with studio commentary, tell the story of the game, with special emphasis on game-changing matchups and big play highlights.
The story of the game? That's pretty disappointing. I mean, a recap is nice, but I already know the story of my game, I would much rather see a halftime show with news and highlights from around the league.
 
# 6 djordan @ 06/09/14 03:18 PM
That's it? Seems underwhelming. I can't wait till the day I see "Totally re-designed engine built from the ground up with all previous animations taken out of the game"
 
# 7 Shaffer26 @ 06/09/14 03:25 PM
I hope the "gauntlet" is like the skills trainer that they had back on the PS2 days. That was too much fun.
 
# 8 MAGboyswifT27 @ 06/09/14 03:34 PM
I'm excited for it, it won't be perfect but I'm ready for the next Madden. It's always the small things for me that need to be fixed, I guess we'll see if they address those issues.. I thought the Press Conference at E3 was pretty good though..
 
# 9 SkillzKillz719 @ 06/09/14 03:43 PM
Risk vs. Reward , if done right, could be a really solid addition to the gameplay for years to come! The defensive side of the game has always lagged behind the offense. It's late and overdue but better than never; that we can all agree on.
 
# 10 JohnDoe8865 @ 06/09/14 03:45 PM
Where are the "Living Worlds"? The sidelines still look barren and the photographers are still cardboard cut outs. I hope they did something to presentation/feel/immersion. It's been missing for a long time.
 
# 11 DeuceDouglas @ 06/09/14 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted by smiley3
No sleeve for johnny football? Equipment needs an overhaul bad
True story. I did notice they changed the visor clips to match the facemask color. Unfortunately, they still seem to be misplaced on the facemask itself.
 
# 12 DaSmerg @ 06/09/14 03:51 PM
Don't mean to be the debbie downer so far but everything I read with absolute dread. Even more turnovers on defense! Just push Y!

A word of advice...adding fluff like more camera angles as a release feature...do that as a DLC after launch and spend that time and those dollars elsewhere in the launch release...pass interference back in the game would be nice for example.
 
# 13 DeuceDouglas @ 06/09/14 03:53 PM
Where's Looman at with the CFM stuff now? Now that we've gone through all this stuff I want to see what franchise improvements have been made.
 
# 14 SageInfinite @ 06/09/14 03:56 PM
No mention of true step being for every player this year. Thought that would've been a lock.
 
# 15 volstopfan14 @ 06/09/14 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
Where's Looman at with the CFM stuff now? Now that we've gone through all this stuff I want to see what franchise improvements have been made.
I really hope we get improvements to CFM. I'm kinda concerned we aren't gonna get much of anything.
 
# 16 CM Hooe @ 06/09/14 03:58 PM
In still shots, IMO this game looks damn good.

Qualifying that with "in still shots" because like most of you I want to see this in motion.
 
# 17 braves_94 @ 06/09/14 03:58 PM
I want to believe that EA actuall read a post of mine on here. But I just don't know...

"And I want to see the right analogue used as a hit stick. And not the arcade-y hit stick of old. But so pressing down on it will provide with a tackle. Hit it too early, and pentalties like face masking and horse-collar will come in play, as well as the big hits of old. Hit it late and miss a tackle. Or perfect timing for a well executed tackle. Bring some skill back into defense!"
 
# 18 radney @ 06/09/14 03:58 PM
From the screenshots I've seen, the lighting at Heinz Field is wrong. The sun is never in the corner that it was displayed in. They nailed it '12 but hasn't been right since. And from looking at the Vikings numbers, they still haven't correct it.
 
# 19 MajorSupreme @ 06/09/14 04:00 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
Where's Looman at with the CFM stuff now? Now that we've gone through all this stuff I want to see what franchise improvements have been made.
None have been made. Same interface, same AI. That's my prediction thus far.
 
# 20 JKSportsGamer1984 @ 06/09/14 04:22 PM
Screenshots look great but still no females in the crowd? What does EA have against women? Lol
 

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