EA Sports will be taking the Madden NFL 22 servers down for an unforeseen amount of time for maintenance purposes. Maintenance for the base game will be happening today on April 28, so players are told beforehand to avoid any disappointment for those who want to play around this time. Solo Battles will be taken offline an hour earlier to protect players from any issues and will unlock after maintenance is complete.
There have been so many bugs in the game recently, but with continued support and updates from EA has helped Madden NF 22 to be a lot more smoother than it initially was. No information has been revealed if there is an actual patch rolling out once this maintenance ends, but we doubt because just recently we received a major update.
Madden NFL 22 Server Down – April 28
Here’s the complete official announcement of the maintenance period by the developers:
There will be server maintenance for Madden NFL 22 on Thursday, April 28th at 6:00 AM ET.
During this time, servers will be offline and unavailable. Please make sure to finish your games and save any progress before the maintenance begins.
Also, Solo Battles will be gated as early as 5:00 AM ET to protect players from any issues and will unlock after maintenance is complete.The Madden Team
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If and when there is a new patch rolling out, make sure you check back here as we will publish the full patch notes once they are released online for everyone to read up.
This maintenance applies to all supported platforms of Madden NFL 22 i.e. PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia.
We will have more details and guides once this patch goes live for the players. And as usual, keep an eye out at our Patch Notes section for the latest game updates.
Source: EA Sports
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