Heads up, football fans: Madden NFL 23 is coming to PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on August 19. It features John Madden himself on the cover and promises to deliver gameplay improvements on the newest generation of consoles thanks to the FieldSense system. Plus, it has fan-requested tweaks to Franchise mode, Ultimate Team, and Face the Franchise.

Madden NFL 23 is now available to preorder at all the usual retailers, in two separate editions (see it at Amazon). We dive into where you can reserve your copy of Madden NFL 23, how much it costs, and what comes in each edition, below.

Preorder Madden NFL 23



Xbox Series X|S

Xbox One


The standard edition includes the game itself, plus the preorder bonus detailed below. If you preorder at Best Buy, you’ll get a free $15 Best Buy gift card. These kinds of offers don’t usually last too long, so grab it there soon if you want that freebie.

Madden NFL 23 All Madden Edition

The console versions of the All Madden edition is cross-generation, so it works on PS4/PS5 or Xbox One/Series X|S. It also includes the following digital extras:

  • All Madden Team Elite Player
  • 3-Day Early Access (August 16)
  • 4600 Madden Points
  • Choice of 2 Elite Players
  • All Madden Gear
  • Madden Strategy Item

Madden NFL 23 Preorder Bonus

Preorder Madden NFL 23, and you’ll receive the following digital content:

  • Choose 2 Elite Ultimate Team Players (1 offensive, 1 defensive)
  • Madden strategy item
  • All Madden gear

If you preorder at Best Buy, you’ll get a $15 gift certificate along with the game. Not bad.

What’s New in Madden NFL 23

Franchise mode is getting the biggest update in this year’s installment of Madden NFL. It will sport new free agency tools and additional trade factors compared to previous iterations on the mode.

The PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of the game are getting what EA is calling the “FieldSense Gameplay System.” This includes new defensive animations, like mid-air hits, tackle assists, and more. It also allows for more precise passes, better cutting abilities for running backs, and additional wide receiver release moves.

You can find more info in our full article about Madden NFL 23 changes.

Madden 23 Cover

Normally an exceptional football player gets featured on the cover of the new Madden game each year. This year’s installment, however, features none other than the man himself: John Madden. The legendary sports announcer passed away in December 2021. So it’s a fitting tribute to the man who lent his name to this long-running video game franchise to place him front and center this year. Fun fact: the Madden series dates all the way back to 1988.

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Chris Reed is a deals expert and commerce editor for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @_chrislreed.

Source: IGN Video Games All

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