Xbox Announces ‘Madden NFL 19’ Release Date, Hall Of Fame Edition Cover Athlete Terrell Owens

by 2 years ago

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Can you feel it? It’s almost football season! And with that comes the annual release of the newest version of Madden!

Coming to Xbox One on August 10th, Madden NFL 19 will feature 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee and six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Terrell Owens on the cover.

One addition gamers will see this season will be improvements to player control. Real Player Motion (RPM) allows Madden 19 to deliver a more authentic playing experience with hyper-realistic animations. These animations allow players to do things like push their blockers to gain tough yards and make quick, realistic cuts up-field after the catch.

Madden Ultimate Team is unveiling a unique player progression system, plus there are new ways to play with Solo Battles and MUT Squads vs. CPU.

Connected Franchise is also getting an update in Madden 19, which lets you more accurately set your team’s scheme and acquire players that fit the specific skill sets around that scheme.

Madden 19 Release Date Cover Owens

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The Madden NFL 19 Standard Edition will cost $59.99 ($53.99 with EA Access) and will come with your choice of one Elite Player from your favorite NFL team, and five Gold Team Fantasy Packs.

While the Madden NFL 19 Hall of Fame Edition is priced at $79.99 ($71.99 with EA Access) and comes with…

• 3-Day Early Access
• Your choice of 1 of 5 Elite Hall of Fame Legends
• Your choice of 1 Elite Player from your favorite NFL Team
• 12 Gold Team Fantasy Packs
• 1 Training Pack
• 1 Madden NFL 19 Cover Athlete Elite Player
• 2 custom uniforms in Madden Ultimate Team

Pre-order Madden NFL 19 here or pick it up when it comes out on August 10th HERE.

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