Madden NFL 15 Issues On EA's Radar
Developer working on fixes for various issues affecting recently released pro football game.
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Madden NFL 15 is currently facing a number of issues following its release yesterday, but EA Sports is on the case. The company has launched a dedicated status page (via Pasta Padre) for the game that shows the most critical issues and informs players what is being done to correct them.
Right now, there are three pressing issues affecting Madden NFL 15, the first of which is a bug where some users' wins and losses are not being recorded for online Connected Franchise Mode head-to-head games. Another issue involves players not being able to redeem Madden Ultimate Team codes. For these issues, EA says it is working on a resolution and hopes to deploy fixes as soon as possible.
A third Madden NFL 15 issue is perhaps the most frustrating. Some users are receiving an error message that reads, "The EA servers are not available at this time. Please try again later." EA says it is currently researching the issue, but didn't say anything more.
A rather hilarious Madden NFL 15 bug that launches players flying through the air has also appeared. Madden NFL 15 launched on Tuesday for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. For more, check out GameSpot's review and what other critics are saying.