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The comparison between Madden NFL 23 and Madden NFL 22

With a history dating back to the 1980s, Madden NFL is one of the most popular annual sports titles available. Originally designed as a college project, Madden is a stat-based computer game used for experimentation and prediction rather than as a simulation of real-time football games. 

By 1996, Madden NFL had become the best-selling sports video game franchise of its time. After its debut on the Sega Genesis in the early 1990s, the Madden series began to resemble its modern-day counterpart with an action-focused, arcade-style title.

The Madden NFL video game will be released this year with a brand new title, as is the case with every annual sports video game. The Madden series, however, has tried to shake things up from year to year, and Madden NFL 23 is no exception. 

Madden NFL 23 isn't expected to be too innovative, but EA has already announced several improvements to gameplay as well as some technical and graphical improvements. It looks like Madden NFL 23 will be an improved version of its predecessor.

The new physics system, called 'FieldSENSE,' in Madden NFL 23 is expected to completely change Madden NFL 22's gameplay for the better. 

According to the latest Madden NFL 23 reveal trailer, FieldSENSE is EA's term for all the changes it is making to the game's gameplay, from how the players move to how passes work and how to hit detection works.

As part of this FieldSENSE definition, a new physics-based adjustment, Hit Everything, will identify the exact location on the body that has been struck during a collision, based on the movements of the player.

After a collision, this will probably result in more realistic character animations, in which the player will react as it would in a real-life football game. It is likely, for example, that a player will tumble sideways and roll based on the point of impact if they are knocked in the shoulder.

FieldSENSE mechanics will also include a skill-based passing system. In addition to utilizing the new physics system, EA says this passing system will also make throwing and catching animations more realistic. Using Skill-Based Passing, players can aim precise and powerful throws with a new accuracy reticle and power meter. 

Furthermore, when a player possesses the ball, the new system will allow them to turn on the spot to dodge oncoming tackles and make 360 cuts to dodge them. In addition, players can keep the classic pass-on mode, which launches an automatic pass to a teammate with just a single button press.

FieldSENSE will be available only in next-gen versions of Madden NFL 23, but it will also bring some technical enhancements to the series. 

In Madden NFL 23, several popular coaches and players have been scanned to ensure their character models are up to date. In addition to the camera angles for the end-zone being tweaked, fans will be interested in seeing what the upcoming title offers.

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