Axis Football 2019

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Axis Football 2019

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General Information

Available on:PCSep 27, 2019
Xbox OneSep 27, 2019

Developer: Axis Games

Genres: Simulation, Sports, Strategy

Axis Football is back with loads of upgrades and improvements! New in Axis Football 2019: Massively improved performance, framerate, and smoothness of gameplay Complete 16-position coaching staffs, including scouts, position coaches, and coordinators Detailed Coach Badge system In-depth scouting system for recruiting new players Customizable practice strategy system to help shape the development of your players Facilities Management Financial Reports Team Morale Officially licensed soundtrack More than doubled the size of the defensive playbook Redesigned drafting system featuring a team guide and draft summary Ability to trade draft picks Complete game summaries for every game played Streamlined player contracts Ability to spectate all playoff games New stadiums Pre-game coin toss New player and coach portraits Clock management plays (spike, kneel)

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Axis Football 2019 Complete Franchise Overview

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Axis Football 2019 Trailer

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Axis Football 2019 Scouting & Drafting Preview

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Axis Football 2019 Reviews

Overall, Axis Football 2019 is a healthy alternative to EA's latest installment of Madden. And although it doesn't have enough glitz and glamour to compete with sports gaming's bigger brother, it does enough good to keep players interested. And while new football games appear every year trying to compete with what Madden is doing, Axis Football remains its own unique representation of the sport. You probably won't stop playing EA's latest installment in favor of its younger brother, but there's plenty to like about the expanded gameplay and updated franchise mode to keep users coming back again and again.

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Axis Football as a franchise has so much potential to be a great indie series, but with so limited on-field changes between 18 and 19, it feels more like a lost year than anything else.

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