Madden NFL 23 has been plagued by a number of server-side issues for months, and the most impactful of them to date has resulted in an unknown number of player-made leagues being deleted permanently.
We covered Madden’s most recent Franchise mode issues just a few weeks ago. During that time, some players were locked out of their leagues, while others were not. A fix arrived on December 15, though a similar issue cropped up days later, which the game’s support account on Twitter acknowledged on December 26. Two days later, the same account announced that issues were resolved and “users should now be able to play [Connected Franchise Mode] without issue.” Unfortunately, a day later, the team once more revealed issues surrounding the mode, and it’s this latter pair of messages that would prove extremely costly to some players.
As announced on December 30, players who logged into Franchise mode during a specific window of time may have lost their saved data forever due to a “data storage issue,” said Tiburon on the game’s official forums.
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Author: Mark Delaney