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The Super Bowl just over the threshold, Madden 22 Update 2.06 has been released across all platforms to introduce some brand new X Factor players into the fold.
We've got the complete Madden 22 update 2.06 Patch Notes, as well as information on what's changing in this January Title Update.
Madden 22: Update 2.06 Update Notes on Patches to February 3
As things went off track in January, it seems EA is back to their normal monthly Madden 22 Title Update once again with the arrival 2.06 of the Update 2.06.
Players will not have to wait for long to download the update in the event that this is a relatively tiny update compared to the majority of updates for Madden 22.
Size of download is just 652.1 MB on PS5 and 747.5 megabytes on PS4, with likely similar but unconfirmed download sizes with regard to Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
This marks Madden 22 update 2.06 for PS4 along with Xbox One, Madden 22 Update 1.012 on PS5 and Xbox One, as well as Madden 22 Update 22.214.171.124 on Xbox Series X|S.
While they're not listed in the official Gridiron Notes the patches notes of buy Madden 22 coins are the same for all platforms, since they've opted not to address any bugs or to add any new features to this update.