Madden 21 has arrived and brings back the usual suspects when it comes to game modes. Madden Ultimate Team and Franchise modes before return in full force, alongside The Yard, allowing players to play some no-rules football for that true ‘street’ feel. In this guide, we’ll talk you through how to save in Madden 21, so your progress will never be lost.
How to Save in Madden 21
As is the case with almost all of EA’s sports games, Madden 21 does a lot of auto-saving. This is particularly true in modes like MUT, where the game will frequently auto-save and record all of your progress on the EA servers. In other words, you don’t have to worry about manually saving in Ultimate Team.
In Franchise, you can manually save your game by pressing the View button on Xbox One (left of the big Xbox button), or by pressing the touchpad on PS4. Simply select the save slot you’d like to record your progress in, name it, and the game will manually save your progress from Madden 21’s Franchise mode.
As we mentioned with MUT, though, Madden 21 will frequently auto-save regardless of what mode you’re playing, so you shouldn’t have to worry about saving. Though we’d always recommend doing a manual save when you’re planning on turning off the game for a little while, just to be sure. You wouldn’t want to lose a chunk of progress because you’ve misjudged the auto-save after all, would you?
That’s everything you need to know on how to save in Madden 21. It’s pretty much the same as it always has been, so you shouldn’t have too many problems figuring it out when you’re in and playing the game.
For more tips, tricks, and guides on the game, search for Twinfinite or be sure to check out more of our Madden 21 coverage below.
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