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4 Reasons to Buy Madden 20 Today & 3 Reasons To Wait

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Should you buy Madden 20 today or wait? That’s a question we’re hearing a lot as the Madden 20 release date approaches next week. We can help you decide if it is time to buy, or if you should hold off and wait for bigger Madden 20 deals, details and reviews.

You can try out Madden 20 right now with EA Access or Origin Access, which is the best way to decide if you should buy Madden 20. This lets you try out the full game for as little as $4.99 for the month and you can save 10% on the game if you decide to buy it.

The Madden 20 release date is August 2nd for the standard edition and July 30th for the two special editions. It’s available on the Play First Trial right now.  There are three Madden 20 editions to choose from this year.

We’ve learned about a collection of exciting new Madden 20 features including a new QB1 mode with college playoffs and a variety of other gaming upgrades including the Superstar X factor, new playbooks, and run-pass options as well as the ability to play the Pro Bowl.

Read: New Madden 20 Features

Here’s a closer look at the reasons to pre-order Madden 20 and the reasons you should wait before you spend any money on the latest version of Madden.

Reasons to Buy Madden 20

  1. Buy if You Love to Grind MUT Challanges
  2. Buy If You Want to Play ASAP
  3. Buy If You Like the New Features
  4. Buy for Bonus Items

Reasons Not to Buy Madden 20 Yet

  1. Wait for Madden 20 Reviews
  2. Wait to Try Madden 20 Yourself
  3. Wait for Better Madden 20 Deals

Read the full Madden 20 pre-order guide below to learn about the reasons you should jump on this, and the reasons you should wait with full details on each so that you can make up your own mind.

If you decide that you want to pre-order, you can buy Madden 20 at GameStop, Best Buy, Amazon and digitally through Microsoft and Sony.

Buy if You Love to Grind MUT Challanges

Buy if You Love to Grind MUT Challanges

Do you love to play MUT and grind out those challenges? This is how I tend to play Madden Ultimate Team and after playing Madden 20 for the first time I'm a big fan of the new system that makes rolling through challenges much easier. 

When you complete a challenge in a series, you can roll right into the next challenge. In Madden 19, you had to go out, collect rewards, go back in and it was a lot of loading and a lot of time wasted. With Madden 20, you go right into the next Challenge in a series. 

I also enjoy the new options to choose the difficulty for challenges to earn more stars. This makes it easier to get through missions quickly when you are starting, or to really challenge yourself.

You can buy Madden 20 for PC, Xbox One and PC starting at $59.99 at GameStop, Best Buy, Amazon and digitally through Microsoft and Sony.

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