Madden 23’s New Realism Allows For Stunning Player Buildups

Madden 23's New Realism Allows For Stunning Player Buildups
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Madden NFL 23, the latest in the long-running American football franchise, goes back to basics. While the past few years have focused on flashy updates, like a new scouting system for Franchise Mode and the introduction of Home Field Advantage in the form of team-wide buffs and debuffs, Madden 23 focuses primarily on nuts and bolts. And nowhere is this more apparent than in the Fieldsense system.

An ambitious program of change and refinement, Fieldsense appears to be equal parts system and philosophy, intended to advance Madden towards authentic 11v11 football, with key elements focused on passing, running and defending. I had the chance to try out these new mechanics for myself during my visit to EA Orlando.

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NFL quarterbacks don’t have the luxury of just hitting their wide receivers wide in the numbers every play. Defensive backs are too quick and the windows to throw in are too small. That’s where skill-based passing comes in. Hitting a button to aim your throw brings up a blue circle, representing where a wide can potentially catch a ball. A crosshair, controlled by the left stick, selects a target within this area, and a meter fills up, determining the speed and trajectory of the bullet.

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