The Madden 23 release date is confirmed and pre-orders are live for all platforms. And while there are some great reasons to pre-order a copy, there are also some great reasons to put your credit card away and wait.
EA’s announced the latest entry into its popular Madden series. Madden 23 is official and it’s headed to Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS5, PS4, and Windows PC in August.
The official Madden 23 release date is August 19th for all platforms, but you can play the game earlier if you join EA Play or purchase an upgraded bundle.
There are two versions of Madden 23. There’s a standard version that serves as the cheapest way to access the game and there’s an All-Madden Edition which is aimed at hardcore fans of the series. Both versions feature the legendary John Madden on the cover.
Now that the gameplay trailer is out and the Madden 23 release date is set in stone, the game is up for pre-order at various retailers. And that might have you thinking about buying a copy of the game ahead of its arrival in August.
If you’re struggling with the decision, you’re in the right place. In this guide we’ll take you through the best reasons to pre-order Madden 23 right now and the best reasons to hang back and wait a few more weeks.
Some of you might even want to skip a pre-order and wait until after the game comes out to buy a copy.
Pre-Order Madden 23 for These Bonuses
If you pre-order a copy of Madden 23 for console or Windows PC, you'll get some nice bonuses with your order.
If you pre-order a copy of the Madden 23 Standard Edition you'll get the following items:
And if you pre-order the Madden 23 All-Madden Edition, you get access to all of these bonuses:
One other note: If you've played Madden 22, Madden 21, and/or Madden NFL 20, you can buy the Madden 23 All Madden Loyalty Edition and get your choice of one of five 99 OVR player items to use immediately in Madden 22 Ultimate Team.
If you plan to invest time into Madden Ultimate Team, you might want to pre-order a copy today.
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