Madden 23 has had a rough start this year. Madden games of the past have been known to have their fair share of bugs and glitches at release, but EA tends to iron them out quickly. We reported earlier this month About Competitive Field Pass issues, and now things are reaching a boiling point among some in the Madden NFL community. In the Madden community, a number of creators both big and small are coming together to freeze costs under the hashtag “#packstrike”.

A number of prominent Madden and MUT content creators, including Zirksee, Mills and Gutfoxx, are calling for changes from EA on a number of issues.

The requirements are primarily aimed at making sure that everything the players spend actually makes sense. Zirksee specifically recommends making Rerolls better so players can spend training points and making sure people who spend money on the biggest packs get all the pieces they really need. And these people are also calling for a redesign of the BND system so that those items can go into kits instead of being stuck in your binder.

As previously mentioned, this isn’t the first issue that has surfaced for Madden 23 since it launched last month. A few weeks ago, there were some issues with how aggregate stats were not being tracked for EA’s Competitive Field Pass. This resulted in a temporary gate of the MUT, but the problem was resolved after a few hours.

However, these problems did not stop the sales of Madden NFL 23. The NPD Group released sales data for this week Video game industry in AugustAnd Madden 23 is the best title of the month.

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