Madden 19 Halftime Show is All New With Real Time Stat Updates for Better Immersion

Madden 19 Halftime Show is All New With Real Time Stat Updates for Better Immersion

All new Halftime Show with more realistic stat updates is coming to Madden 19.

Madden 19 is this year's football offering from EA Sports and immersion is the big word this year. Better details for stadiums, 3D models, and a more immersive halftime experience for you franchise fans.

Today, MillsGaming TV hosted a Madden 19 Playbook that detailed some of the coming changes to this year's EA football game. The big immersive experience flashpoint this year is Madden 19's Halftime Show. The new Halftime Shows in Madden 19 will give you deeper details about the goings on in the game, the entire, league, and the whole season. The Halftime Show will be hosted by a new commentator, and the stats and details delivered to you will be in real-time. As the season goes on, the stats and predictions will be updated live.

The Halftime Show will make more callbacks to previous events in the season and progress along with the season. Commentators will even make post-season calls in the Halftime Show, all from a new 3D rendered map.

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The highlight camera is also more realistic than ever, with better camera handling, and even some human errors on how the camera is handled to make it even more accurate to real life.

Madden 19 also features a new replay camera system with an overhead camera over the goal line that shows the ball cross the goal line. There's also a brand new 360-degree camera near the goal line that will show you every angle of a moment to you. Other additions in Madden 19 include new intros for all NFL teams, completely 3D rendered for detail.

For more on this year's Madden game check out our Madden 19 guide for all the latest updates, news, and release info. Madden 19 will be out for

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