As in previous years, EA also released the results of the Madden Super Bowl simulation. Now, Madden 22's predictions are out, and it believes the Cincinnati Bengals will defeat the Los Angeles Rams in a game and make it to the final play. GAMEMS will describe the simulation process in detail.
According to the simulation, the Bengals will trail the Rams 14-7 at halftime before Bengals Corner Eli Apple picks off Rams QB Matthew Stafford for a pick-six to tie the game with an extra point.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow connects with Tee Higgins in the 4th quarter, gave the Bengals the edge until Stafford found Odell Beckham Jr. for a touchdown to tie it again.
To end the game, Burrow and Bengals moved the ball far enough to give kicker Evan McPherson a chance to win the game and played perfectly. The Bengals won by 24-21 and Burrow became the first QB to win the Heisman, College Football National Championship, and the Super Bowl, assuming that prediction is accurate. This prediction is just to entertain everyone, after all, last year's prediction was completely wrong.
Additionally, EA also announced a new promotion for Madden 22's Ultimate Team mode. Between February 7th and 14th, everyone who runs 5 miles and records it in the Nike Run Club app will receive an achievement badge and a +7 speed version of Aaron Donald in the game.
The real Super Bowl LVI will go live on NBC on Sunday, February 13, and Dwayne The Rock Johnson will appear in the pre-game festivities, which GAMEMS is very much looking forward to.
For gamers who are immersed in Madden 22, they can come to GAMEMS to buy Madden 22 Coins at any time, which will allow them to get the players they want faster and build a better team.