The information comes from YouTuber Doctre81 who came across the listing "Online Software Engineer (C++) (C+) -- Madden", dating back to November 2020. One section of Madden 22 coins the job description requires 2 years' experience in "Microsoft or Sony gaming consoles". This may not sound too impressive but prior EA job descriptions haven't mentioned Nintendo within their criteria.
At the very least, EA could be investigating the possibility of a release. Take note that EA had previously confirmed that it would be releasing seven Switch games over the 12-month period beginning in June 2020. June 2021's release date is only a couple of months away, however, there have been six confirmed games since then and that includes Apex Legends earlier this week.
That leaves one more to go, but given the annual release schedule for Madden, EA could potentially be waiting until the release of Madden NFL 22 - as rather than an Madden NFL 21 port, given that they normally launch in August. So, we'll just pray that it's not a legacy edition, eh?
The weekend ahead will be host to Super Bowl 55, the conclusion of one of the most turbulent seasons of the history of the NFL ever. The teams to play this year's contest have been set. The Kansas City Chiefs will go against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a fight between two of cheapest mut 22 coins the NFL's top quarterbacks: Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady. In what has become a annual tradition, Electronic Arts is celebrating the Super Bowl with a Madden NFL simulation. The Madden NFL 21 simulation this year appears to forecast the best match.