Obviously NFL Blitz too. Madden is the sole licensed NFL game these days, so I've adapted to Madden 21 coins settling for it actually preferring the fluidity of the 2K football games once I had a decision. That is to say that, if you prefer the NFL, you don't have any choice besides Madden if you want something that attempts to simulate the real thing.
AI for defenders is formidable without feeling as it cheats the system and the CPU can put up a real battle on All-Pro and All-Madden difficulties. They included more options for pass-rushing so that you don't feel useless as a defensive lineman this year and all of the Superstar skills do a solid job of earning high-impact players feel actually impactful.
By way of instance, following Ezekiel Elliott stands for over 10-yards three occasions in a game, he becomes much more challenging to bring down on the first strike from the line of scrimmage. That emulates the feeling of momentum running backs encounter as a game wears on in which the defense will slow down and get drained, opening space for RBs to possess bigger gains in the second half. It becomes a small chess game for each team to try and'activate' their Superstar players to give them an edge in different scenarios.
The biggest loser with Madden NFL 21 though is the Franchise mode. Besides a few tweaks to the way that things like offseason drafts and transactions are handled, it is literally equal to last year's Madden. Additionally, the variation we get on Stadia isn't even the PlayStation 5 or Xbox collection X|S version of the sport, it is the PlayStation 4 / Xbox One variant. In other words, the new playcalling attributes, enhanced visuals, streamlined animations, and'Next-Gen Stats' integration attributes are absent.
The narrative mode this season, Face of the Franchise: Rise to Fame, is awful. Voice acting is bad across the board, character animations are rigid in cutscenes, and just as things begin to get interesting it more or less ends and dumps you in merry-go-round of scripted moments during your career. The new manner, The Yard, tries to be an arcade-style pick-up-and-play experience, but cheapest mut 21 coins is so watered down it fails to provide.