Although the NFL likes to celebrate its history, it is unusual that they haven't pushed for the same history to be part of the game. Many football legends are included in the game in the Ultimate Team mode. However, players are permitted to play with the 32 current NFL franchises that exist in the present. EA should permit players to dress in classic team uniforms like the Dallas Texans and the Canton Bulldogs.
While there is always criticism from the Madden fanbase about different elements of the game. However, one main problem that has been a problem for fans is the mechanics of offensive lines.
In actual football, the linemen are supposed to change their blocking style based on the situation, however it's always been the case that offensive linemen have to block exactly the same way every time. Madden NFL 21's transition to the next generation saw some improvements that were made, however, it's still a critical aspect of the game that is in need of changing.
Franchise mode is a lot better than it currently is, at most in the minds of many Madden fans who have been playing the game for many years. There are a variety of options to enhance the experience. One of the most basic modifications is to make transaction wire more realistic. Franchises that aren't managed by players might make strange decisions about which people to sign and trade, both during and in-between seasons. Although this could benefit the player, it can hinder the overall appearance of this simulation as a realistic one. Intelligenter AI can make all the difference.
A good presentation is crucial and, as stated by Madden players, EA has not done an excellent job of giving players the ability to alter to the surroundings of the game. Neither has it made games look realistic, even with the nicer graphics.