Madden 19 is making a change to its voice performing lineup, it appears. GameSpot not too long ago acquired an opportunity to play the professional soccer sim and we found that former ESPN anchor Jonathan Coachman now seems to be the pregame/halftime host. Within the earlier Madden games, Larry Ridley lined the pregame and halftime duties. You'll be able to hear his voice within the gameplay video above.
It is unclear if Ridley is totally gone for Madden 19 or if he'll be featured within the sport alongside Coachman. We have now contacted EA Sports activities in an try and get extra particulars, and we'll replace this submit with something we hear.
Coachman, who goes by the stage identify "The Coach," at the moment works for the WWE following a run as an anchor at ESPN. This is not the primary time he is lent his voice to a online game, as Coachman additionally did voicework for Black Faculty Soccer: BCFX: The Xperience.
The commentating crew of Brandon Gaudin and Charles Davis that is been in place since Madden 17 will stay intact for Madden 19. In a really large and controversial transfer, they changed NFL broadcast legends Jim Nantz and Phil Simms who did the earlier games.
Madden 19 launches a bit earlier this 12 months, arriving firstly of August. The sport is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, in addition to PC for the primary time in a decade. The footage within the video above was captured on Madden 19's PC version. For extra on Madden 19, take a look at 35 minutes of the sport's Longshot mode right here.
Source : Gamespot.com