Madden NFL 21: Photo Mode in Next Gen

Back in August 2020, Madden NFL 21’s release was marred by generally mediocre reviews – both by critics and fans alike.

Specifically mentioning the lacklustre Franchise mode besides other recycled aspects from its predecessor – Madden NFL 20 – many would have hoped that its next-gen release would include a lot of gameplay improvements to improve the overall experience.

Although massive improvements to the game’s features may not be introduced until a new Madden NFL 22 game is announced later this year, players should still explore the game’s underrated Photo Mode by taking advantage of the upgraded specs of the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Both consoles are rigged with custom AMD Radeon GPUs which are capable of producing consistent 60fps gameplays across many 4k-resolution monitors found on the market today.

Additionally, the option to toggle Ray Tracing – a unique 3D-lighting rendering effect – creates an astoundingly huge difference when taking in-game screenshots of your players making runs across the yard.

For PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S owners, getting the game as a free upgrade from the PS4 and Xbox One versions should definitely make the effort worthwhile.

With the newfound powers of Ray Tracing at your fingertips, you can easily capture some truly breath-taking moments of player tackles and quarterback runs to showcase to your everyday friends and followers, in the game.

What’s more, you could relive those last-minute grapples before winning a match by way of beautiful still-images captured in-game, with all the fine details and photorealistic effects turned on by the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Don’t be surprised if taking in-game player screenshots become your second favourite pastime of the game, besides actually playing the American football simulator itself.

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