The video starts by highlighting the changes the franchise staff system will bring. The video claims that it will allow players the capability to handle everything from the front office to field. This will enable them to recruit new employees and educate them, with their employees having access to an updated talent tree that could be utilized to improve their team's capabilities and optimize their players to fit the particular style of play. There will be three kinds of staff who can be hired: head coaches, coordinators, and player personnel. Managers are able to upgrade their staff members by earning "staff points" which are earned by the achievement of weekly goals. This will all be accessible through a new franchise hub that will include a wealth of enhancements and quality-of-life improvements.
EA states that a brand new model of scouting is set to be introduced to the game starting in September as post-launch content. EA claims that the upgraded system will allow players to uncover new talent by using regional and national Scouts. To create a more realistic game the prospects will move from one list of draft candidates throughout the season depending on their success.
EA calls weekly strategy features the fundamental feature of Madden NFL 22 Franchise Mode. The system will allow players to access data and make educated decisions about how they will manage their team. They will also be able to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of their adversaries, manage the effects of fatigue and evaluate their performance.
Also, details the enhanced season engine, which was shown briefly in Madden NFL 22's most recent trailer. The enhanced season engine will feature 50 scenarios that simulate real NFL managers making difficult decisions. The company provided an example in which a manager faces difficult challenges while coordinating with an aspiring wide receiver. If they can overcome these difficulties, they'll have the potential to turn them into a rising star, and add another name to their roster.