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Madden 25 focuses on footwork with True Step technology


Coming to Xbox One and PS4

EA's press conference unsurprisingly talked about the next installment of Madden, this time focusing on how precise each player's footwork can now be. Players doing quick cuts, leaping over players, and probably spraining their ankles is all way more precise in Madden 25, thanks to their "True Step technology." No more of those fake steps! It's great news, because I've just about had it with all these fake steps in past Madden games.

A new cover starring Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was unveiled, as well as a gameplay trailer. It's Madden!

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