The second title update for Madden NFL 25 will make a number of fixes to overall presentation and gameplay, with special tweaks in the Madden Ultimate Team and Connected Franchise features, according to post on the EA Sports blog.
General updates include improved stability across all games modes and a fix for a rendering issue that would make all players' eyes appear gray.
In-game injuries that have been occurring too frequently will be tuned to be not as common and both broken tackles using Truck Stick and pull blocking will be tuned down as well. Touchdown celebrations will be reinstated in all online game modes along with improvements to the logic used to select the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Game.
In Madden Ultimate Team, players will no longer be awarded a win without finishing a Solo Challenge and an issue where offline users would not receive content after earning a Gold in Skill Tutorials has been rectified. Connected Franchise will also receive a handful of tweaks, including for a number of issues with drafts and trading.
Madden NFL 25 launched for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on Aug. 27. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will launch alongside their respective consoles on Nov. 15 and Nov. 22.