EA Sports is making a big effort to get rid of the boring downtime where you have to wait 5-10 seconds for all of your players to align between plays when you run a no huddle or hurry up offense.

When you no huddle in Madden 20, the game clock and the play clock will tick off the appropriate amount of time that it would take for your slowest player to get up to the line of scrimmage and get set but the game will skip ahead.

You should note both the game clock and play clock will naturally be accelerated regardless of your accelerated clock settings to account for the time that would normally tick off while players are getting aligned.

Basically the goal here is just less time staring at a screen with nothing to do and more time actually playing the game.

There was no early information on how much time the defense would have to make adjustments in the new no huddle situation we’ll see in Madden NFL 20. Unless the defense is given a reasonable amount of time to make adjustments, expect every offense in Madden 20 to be ran with a no huddle.

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