Madden NFL 20 is officially coming to the PC on August 2nd

EA Sports has officially announced that Madden NFL 20 will be officially coming to the PC on August 2nd. In short, the PC version will come alongside the console versions (Xbox One X and Playstation 4).

According to the press release, Madden NFL 20 will feature a brand-new and personalized career campaign that will allow fans to create their own college quarterback to play through the College Football National Championship playoff, the NFL Combine, the NFL Draft and a career as a starting Quarterback for an NFL team. In Face of the Franchise: QB1 and traditional Franchise, a new Scenario Engine generates unique playable scenarios, events and dynamic challenges that build the story of each fan’s distinct NFL career.

Patrick Mahomes, who will be the cover athlete of the game, said:

“The last year has been life-changing for me and landing the cover of Madden NFL 20 is both a huge honor and a dream come true as a lifelong Madden fan. To also get the opportunity to impact the experience in the new Face of the Franchise: QB1 by providing input on the gameplay is something I never expected. I played Madden with my dad when I was a kid, and this is definitely a full circle moment for me.”

Another inclusion to this year’s game is Superstar X-Factor, which brings the stars of the NFL to life as they demonstrate the unique abilities that make them the best in the game. In addition, fans can expect new player celebrations, run/pass option (RPO) plays and unique playbooks.

Seann Graddy, Executive Producer of Madden NFL 20, added:

“The team this year wanted to ensure that the superstars of the NFL responded and played differently in all aspects in Madden, just as they do on the field every Sunday – we wanted to make sure the stars felt like stars.”

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