Madden NFL 16 is now launched on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, and gamers are able to get the American football title and experience all its core features with no limitations, with those who played in EA Access able to continue their progress.

The title has only been available for a limited number of hours, but some players have already been reporting issues with their experience, most of them relatively minor.
The best way to keep up to date with the problems linked to Madden NFL 16 is on the official site, but other fan communities are also gathering the details.
At the moment, the most reported issue is the one that takes away faces and jerseys from Ultimate Team players, which was also reported during EA Access, and that one is mostly solvable with a restart of the game or a reboot of the console on which it is played.
If a major Madden NFL 16 glitch appears in the coming days, then EA Sports will move fast to patch the game, which has long been one of its most important releases of the year, marking the moment when the AAA fall schedule starts.

Football is a good reason for competition between the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4

During pre-launch day, ride sharing service Uber delivered free copies of Madden NFL 16 for lucky customers the American cities that have National Football League teams.
Microsoft is offering an Xbox One bundle that offers the video game along with a home console, priced the same as the device normally is.
Sony is countering by giving away a free copy of Madden NFL 16 to all those who pick up a new PlayStation 4 at Gamestop locations until the end of August.
The now available installment in the long-running series is focused on the battle for aerial supremacy between the receivers and the defenders, with EA Sports giving gamers more options when it comes to playmaker delivery and catching.
For the Ultimate Team mode, the major addition is the Draft mode that allows gamers to put together a team and to then take part in tournaments with rewards that can later be used in the same experience.