A new video has been uploaded to YouTube showing off some more Alpha stage gameplay of Madden 15 from E3 2014.
The video comes via Twitter user SmittyD1981, who was able capture a big of footage during his time at EA Sports’ booth in Los Angeles.
The gameplay features the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers — like every other video — playing in San Francisco’s brand new Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Fans can get another look at the new gameplay and visual improvements coming to the first true next-gen version of Madden 15.
Unfortunately, you also get a listen to the same boring and downright awful play-by-play from Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. Take a look.
What do you think of the new gameplay video from Madden 15? Leave your thoughts in the comment section below.
Mike’s Musings: Every time I watch a video for Madden 15, I pray that the commentary is just placeholder before implementing better recording from Nantz and Simms. In my opinion, they are the worst sports video game commentary team in quite a while, and that’s including Mike Breen and Jeff Van Gundy in NBA Live 15. Seriously, how are is it to take some pointers from how 2K Sports does the commentary with the NBA 2k franchise, and bring it over to the Madden broadcast. Oh well, it looks like it’ll be just another year where I mute the play-by-play.