EA looking into Madden 22 issue with player cards showing as stuck on auction house even after un-listing them
Madden NFL 22 is set to come out on August 20, 2021 but those who have pre-ordered the game have been facing some problems.
It was reported earlier today that players have been facing issues where the pre-order rewards are missing and trial is expiring before time.
Now, another problem with the auction house feature appears to be spoiling the user experience for Madden NFL 22 players.
As per several reports, there is an issue in Madden NFL 22 where players/player cards are stuck in auction house. Also, the status of the players/player cards is showing as ‘In Auction’ even after un-listing them.
Moreover, Madden NFL 22 users are unable to use these players/player cards because they are stuck in auction house.
@EAHelp @maddennfldirect can I please have help… my card says it’s on auction even after I took it down, can’t do anything with it.
@EAHelp game has players in auction STUCK…it won’t release the card in binder even though it’s not in auction…I have a 87 platinum Ryan Ramcyck STUCK… loosing money for him.
However, affected players may not have to dwell with this issue for long as it has been acknowledged by EA Help.
Support has said that the game developer is aware of this problem and they are already working to resolve it as soon as possible.
Thus it is possible that affected Madden NFL 22 users might soon get a fix for this problem with auction house.
However, this is still based on our speculation as EA Help has not provided any ETA for a fix. Even the lack of a workaround for this issue is adding to players’ dilemma.
Hopefully, EA fixes all the existing bugs and issues with Madden NFL 22 before the game officially comes out in a few days.
That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.
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