For a sport that’s entire season unfolds in less than six months, the NFL has done well to maintain relevance year-round. In striving for authenticity, Madden NFL 23 is trying to reflect that. That have done a terrible job of it already.
With NFL training camps re-opening soon, football fans are very upset with what the newest Madden has done to them, and it won’t be released until August.
On Sunday, EA Sports released a teaser video showing off the game’s new ‘360 cuts” feature, but it missed the mark completely as fans blasted it for having terrible graphics.
Last week, EA Sports revealed brand-new gameplay features in the upcoming Madden NFL 23. Chief among them is “a new foundation for consistent, ultra-realistic gameplay” the company has dubbed FieldSENSE.
The system “delivers a gameplay flow with realistic outcomes on the field,” the company said in a Thursday press release, specifically addressing in-game player animations by using branching technology to create “Hit Everything,” a new system aimed at redefining “the physical interactions during the play allowing players to fight for every inch and change the outcome of tackles — whether mid-air or on the ground.”
Madden 23 launches worldwide on August 19. Those who preorder the All Madden Edition of the game or have an EA Play membership can play three days earlier on August 16.
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