EA Sports Produces New Madden, 16 – A Few Superstars Gain Spotlight Of Cover

‘Madden 16’ has arrived, and there are a few superstars who have their face on the cover. This includes superstars like: Gronkowski, Beckham Jr., Patrick Peterson, and Antonio Brown. These players all have a distinct pose on the cover. These poses display the character feel of each player. 

All of these players are very happy to be on the cover of this game. For some of these players, this is a dream come true; they didn’t even see this coming. For others, they believe they are deserving of this position. 

Beyond the cover, these players will also be active in the game, too. They will be performing all of the high-flying moves they perform in real life. They are also many new faces, so this will make the game even more exciting. 

If that’s not good enough, this game is going to have more options regarding stadiums to play in and the choice color of uniforms. The creators of this game are as excited as the customers for its release.  It is expected to sell more than all previous ‘Madden’ games. More and more people are ordering this game in advance. Not so much will this save people money, but it will guarantee individuals this game. 

Many stores, including online establishments, maybe out of this game within the first two days. Most of these stores will not even make it to two days. This is why it is important to get a copy as quick as possible. Some customers are even planning to buy two or even three ‘Madden 16’ games so they have back-ups. 

 

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