This year's upcoming release of Madden 23 seems to bring a lot of major changes, and from the trailers it released, we can see that in addition to giving fans a visual boost, franchise mode upgrades and other improvements, Madden 23's new mechanic, FieldSENSE, will also be introduced.
FieldSENSE employs new technology to bring a more realistic gaming experience to all game modes in Madden 23, including Hit Everything, Skill-Based Passing, 360° Cuts and WR vs DB Battles. Unfortunately, due to platform limitations, a considerable number of players cannot directly enjoy this new feature. Developers say that finding the balance between console generations may take longer than we expected, and that's not an easy job to accomplish.
Following EA's statement that the Next-Gen mode will be canceled in this game, the newly launched FieldSENSE feature has been notified that it only applies to players on the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S platforms. While this isn't the first time EA has differentiated features from older consoles, it's not a great thing, as the Madden 23 player base will have internal divisions.
As of now, EA hasn't said what specific differences will be in PC and Xbox One gameplay, but there may be some platform-specific content. At the same time, Madden 23 is now available for pre-order. Buying now will receive pre-order bonuses, including early access, cool equipment and a choice of 2 Elite Players (1 Offensive & 1 Defensive) in Madden Ultimate Team.
Madden 23's official release date should be August 19th, and we'll be starting our new American football career soon and building our roster.
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