Madden 22 companion app showing wrong week, issue acknowledged

The Madden NFL 22 Companion app has been available on iOS and Android for quite some time. It allows players to easily manage their Madden NFL 22 profile.

Players can connect with their franchise, manage their Ultimate Team auctions, and much more. However, an issue with the Companion app has been creating some confusion in the Madden NFL 22 community.


As per several reports, the Madden NFL 22 Companion app is not working properly and showing the wrong week for players’ leagues.

Basically, players are noticing the league weeks are different than the actual ones when compared to the online franchise/CFM (Connected Franchise Mode).

This is further confusing them as the Companion app is showing matches for the weeks which they are either yet to play or have already played.

@EASPORTS y’all need to fix the madden 22 companion app because it’s not showing the right games in online franchise

@EAMaddenNFL Are you guys aware that the Madden companion app is not working correctly? It shows a different week than the franchise is in. For example, I’m in week 13 in one of my leagues but it shows week 15. can you guys fix this?


It is unclear what the exact cause of the problem is but the issue is preventing players from properly managing their Madden NFL 22 leagues.

However, players may not have to dwell with this problem with the Madden NFL 22 Companion app as EA Help has acknowledged it.

It seems EA is aware that the Madden NFL 22 Companion app is showing the wrong week and a fix for this issue is being looked into.


This further indicates that the next update for the Companion app might include fixes for the aforementioned problem.

However, this is still based on our speculation as EA Help has not mentioned anything about the next app update including fixes for this issue.

Hopefully, the app developer soon fixes the problem where Madden NFL 22 Companion app is showing the wrong week for players’ leagues.


That said, we will report back with more details as and when we get new information to share so stay tuned.

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