Madden NFL 19 September update brings a new dance, NFL rule changes, and more

A Signature Celebration by Douglas Veney, the Touchdown Dance Challenge winner from EA Play, highlights the additions and fixes for EA's opening week Madden patch.

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As the NFL just finished celebrating its 2018 opening week, the folks over at EA Sports have got the newest update for Madden NFL 19 ready to roll. Dubbed the September Title Update, this patch brings a new dance, adjustments to pass defense logic, changes to comply with new NFL rules, and a host of the usual bug fixes and adjustments.

Franchise mode sees a sizeable chunk of adjustments and quality of life improvements as well, including To Do Lists for week to week tasks and the inclusion of data filters that make it possible see see more information relating to other teams in your simulated league.  Additionally, some visual changes and additions have been made in the form of updated player models and the correction of in-game exposure settings.

For PC users, EA claims to have fixed the problem that made refresh rates over 60Hz break the game. Prior to launch, high-refresh rate support was a big selling point for the PC port of Madden NFL 19. A bug that caused the mouse and keyboard prompts to constantly surface when using a controller has also been mentioned as fixed. For a complete list of the fixes and changes, refer to EA’s full patch notes page.

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