While Madden 21 coins was a mainstay on Nintendo platforms, the series has been absent in its consoles for almost a decade. As per a recent project record at EA, however, that will finally be shifting.
EA's long-running football simulation series continues to sell well, despite overt criticism from what seems like a vast majority of its player base. The franchise's latest iteration, Madden NFL 21, attracted significant complaints from gamers, giving the game an egregiously low score on Metacritic. The title's glitched physics, many gameplay bugs and a general perceived lack of polish at start directed it to be listed among the most disappointing games of 2020, with enthusiasts at the same stage getting the hashtag NFLDropEA to fad on Twitter.
Discovery of the Madden NFL franchise returning to Nintendo comes in Youtuber Doctre81, who found the job record in question to an"Online Software Engineer - (C++) - Madden," that dates back to November 2020. Upon further review, one of those sections under project requirements asks for just two decades of experience working on"Microsoft, Sony or Nintendo game consoles." While it might not be too much to go from, previous similar job listings at EA haven't mentioned Nintendo as part of their criteria. The last time the series had a presence on any Nintendo platform was Mut 21 coins for sale on the Wii U. Back in 2018, EA had stated they didn't intend on bringing the show to the Switch, but the business giant appears to be changing its tune using the hybrids.