Just in time for Super Bowl LVII Madden 23 is coming to PC Game Pass

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In Super Bowl LVII, the Kansas City Chiefs will face the Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale, Arizona, in one of the most watched television events of the year in the United States. As always, it’s going to be a fairly non-interactive show, but thankfully Madden 23 has made its way to PC Game Pass so subscribers can start their own football season as head coaches or experienced players. The latest installment in a long-running sports series is playable on PC, but without some of the next-gen features found on Xbox X | S and PlayStation 5.

League Mode in Madden NFL 23 allows you to play as a fifth-year NFL player who just signed with a new team. As a quarterback, wide receiver, running back, center or linebacker, he’ll need to prove his worth and build his league career.

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You can also play as the head coach and deepen your team’s field strategies while managing franchise operations such as scouting and recruiting. Of course, there’s a Madden Ultimate Team mode for all your loot needs.

Unfortunately, Madden NFL 23 continued the EA Sports tradition of not including any new next-gen features in the PC version of the game, which means you’ll actually be playing a port of the Xbox One version.

You can now find Madden NFL 23 in the PC Game Pass app, but note that you’ll need to be signed into the EA app to install the game offered through EA Play.

If you don’t like spiky balls, you can check out the best soccer games for PC that are all about a game that is actually played with your feet. Check the system requirements for Madden 23 for PC before downloading to ensure that the game launches correctly.

Source : PC Gamesn

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