Two Upcoming Sports Game Releases That We Can’t Wait For

Summer and autumn are great times for fans of sports games. At this time of year, we really are spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding which game we want to purchase next. So far this summer, we have already had the critically acclaimed F1 2022, the latest installment from the world of Formula One. The world’s premier motorsport competition will also be releasing its first-ever management sim on August 30th, with F1 Manager 2022 being available worldwide. 


But there are two major players being released throughout the next few weeks which are the market leaders in their respective categories. Let’s take a look at these two blockbuster sports games whose release we can’t wait for. 


Madden 23

The new NFL campaign has just gotten underway, albeit it’s currently in its preseason phase. There was a resounding 27-10 victory for the Las Vegas Raiders over the Jacksonville Jaguars in the half-of-fame game. In the second week of the preseason, there were also impressive victories for the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, and Arizona Cardinals - who will be hoping to make it three consecutive hometown Super Bowl winners in 2023, following in the footsteps of the Tempa Bay Buccaneers and the Los Angeles Rams. 


OddsChecker, which compares odds and provides free offers on the Super Bowl, hasn’t made the Cardinals one of the favorites to lift this year’s Vincent Lombardi Trophy, instead preferring the Buffalo Bills to lift the crown for the first time in franchise history. That would be quite the story, but on this showing, don’t rule out the team from the Grand Canyon state. 


The latest installment from Madden’s blockbuster video game franchise is Madden 23, and that will be available worldwide on August 19th. The game is brought to us by EA Sports, who have announced a whole host of new features for fans to enjoy. The Canadian company has introduced a brand new ‘FieldSENSE Gameplay System,’ which they say will “equip players with more control at every position in every mode, and is a new foundation for consistent, ultra-realistic gameplay.” Sounds, pretty exciting right? 


As well as that, all of our favorite game modes are fully playable, including Ultimate Team, Franchise Mode, and Face of the Franchise. Quick play is also still available, so you can enjoy the game with friends either online or in person. There’s so much to look forward to! 



EA Sports have been the kings of the sports gaming world for what feels like an eternity now, and the second game in this list is also from the Vancouver-based company. FIFA 23 will be a momentous game for numerous reasons, none more than the fact that it will be the last FIFA game made by EA Sports. The gaming behemoth and football’s governing body were unable to agree to a renewal of their licensing deal and as such, from next year onward, any football release from EA will be now known as EA Sports Football Club. It remains to be seen who will claim the official licensing honors. 


Another reason why the upcoming game release is so special is thanks to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Football’s greatest spectacle gets underway on November 20th as hosts Qatar face off with Ecuador in the tournament's curtain raiser. With the competition taking place in the middle of the season rather than its regular spot in June and July - which is the close season for most top European leagues - it’s fair to assume that the game will be centered around the biggest party of the year. 


For the first time ever, players will be able to play with and manage women’s club teams, which is a huge step forward for the women's game. For the last five years, we have been able to play with women’s international teams during kick-off mode, but now we will finally be able to lead them to glory in career mode. 


The rest of our favorite game modes are available, with Ultimate Team - which turns 15 this year - career mode, and pro clubs all playable. FIFA 23 isdue to be released on September 30th and that promises to be a special occasion for football fans across the globe.



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