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Are you wondering how to download a draft class in Madden 22? How do you take your created draft class (or someone else’s) and download it to use for your Madden 22 Franchise?
I will cover both of those topics in this article. If you still have any questions then let us know in the comments below and I will get back to you.
The Differences in Madden 22 vs Madden 21
Madden 22 is very similar to Madden 21, of course. EA changes the design of Madden but everything else is still the same.
Well, for Madden 22 there are some differences in where things are located. This goes from the main menu to the franchise menu.
The differences are not major but they are there. For example, one of those changes is the location for downloading a draft cIass. I am going to get into where you can find that option in this article.
How to Download a Draft Class in Madden 22
RELATED: How to Create/Import A Draft Class in Madden 22
Step one: At the main menu of Madden 22, you will see Franchise, Superstar KO, Ultimate Team, etc. Head to the far right of that screen and click on the “Rosters & Playbooks” settings tab (NFL Logo). See the screenshot below.
Step Two: After you click on those settings you will see “Share & Manage Files”. Click on that option as shown in the screenshot below.
Step Three: You are now in the final stretch. Just click on “Download Community Files” and browse the catalog. Screenshot provided below.
Now you know how to download a draft class in Madden 22 Franchise Mode. I hope this guide has helped you. If you have any questions then please let us know in the comments below and we will get back to you.
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