And the world of football thought the same Mut 24 coins.
Within just a few minutes after the cover's unveiling media, players and even coaches all responded to the announcement that Madden was back on the cover of his game in the very first time since 1999 "Madden NFL 2000." Styles' art was available in the PlayStation as well as Xbox storefronts, as well as in the next few months, players all over the world will pick the game off the shelves.
"I was really pleased that the issue was well-received," he said. "I believe that EA opting for John Madden... I'm glad they went with that decision, because I definitely think I would've personally pushed back had that not happened, but I think they were aware of the right thing to do from out the gate.
"There there was only one candidate for this year's cover than John Madden and seeing that everyone else was on that same train. sure, that is logical. He's got to appear on the cover.' And the way it was executed that was done, and the rollout, it is... I can't think of anything more."
Furthermore, when Styles was shown around EA's HQ back on the 1st of January, he noticed massive banners with "Stars Wars," "FIFA" and "Madden" artworks for cover artwork hanging in the lobby. Later, he saw them on the wall was a list of the over 1500 games the company has released since its beginning. He realized they would soon be displaying his Madden cover was soon to be featured with the numerous other titles that he grew up playing.
It was bizarre.
Styles who is in his 6th year of full time artist has said he's trying not to lose focus on what's ahead in other projects. This year's already witnessed collaborative projects with Topps, ESPN, NASCAR The Chicago White Sox, the "Martin" reunion and cheap madden 24 coins, of course, EA -- as well as the promotional period leading up to the launch of "Madden 24." that he hopes he may be able bring the show to Philly in the course of this summer.