Madden NFL 19 Patch 1.20 Available - Issue with Offensive Players Falling Forward Too Often is Being Investigated

Madden NFL 19 Patch 1.20 Available - Issue with Offensive Players Falling Forward Too Often is Being Investigated Madden NFL 19 game update 1.20 is available now, addressing some desync issues on hot routes and two-minute warnings, along with a fix for solo challenges. Check out the patch notes below.

  • Desyncs: Fix for a Hot Route desync and Two-minute warning softlock desync.
    • DEV NOTE: With our increased logging/tracking from the February update, we will continue to address future stability issues.
  • Solo Challenges: Fix for solos challenges that used end conditions (If the user or CPU scores on a failed attempt, then the user restarts, the user or CPU will only have one play on the next attempt).
Of note, the team is aware of the issue with offensive players falling forward too often, when momentum, more often than not, is on the defensive side of the ball. They are investigating how to address it.

If you’re not aware of the issue, check out the video from SimFBallCritic below and read the comments from Madden NFL 19 patch 1.19, released last week.


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