Update 1.02 has arrived for Madden 23, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes added with this patch. The game was released last week, and inevitably there were a few bugs gamers were complaining about. This is normal for a newborn game, and it’s also great to see bug fixer updates fast. The reviews are mostly negative about the game, and the reviews’ high percentage complains about the bugs and crashes. Some editors ignored that and made their reviews for the stable game part. But assured, EA can’t act like there are no mistakes in the game, and that update is the first move. Here’s everything new with Madden 23 update 1.02.
Madden 23 1.02 Update Patch Notes
- Tuning to pass block locomotion for tackles to get deeper against edge pressure.
- Improved end-game flow.
- Tuning and stability fixes.
As you see, the notes are only a few sentences. That’s because the update isn’t big as some gamers expected. The game is not even a week-year-old; the developers are working on the current game’s stability. We can see that the developers made changes for the game’s strength, and the end game flow is improved. Otherwise, Madden 23 is especially improved for the new-generation consoles. Like all the EA games we saw in the past two years, the developers have more hardware capability to make their games better. You’ll probably be a bit luckier if you own a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series. The PC users shouldn’t be w0rried about the performance because the experience depends on your system’s processing power.
Not only the editors’ reviews but the user reviews are also mostly negative. You can read the user reviews on the game’s Steam page; maybe that helps you if you’re not sure about getting the game. Madden 23 is available now on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series. For more information regarding this patch, visit the official Madden 23 site.
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