Your first round of Madden 23 tips is here as the new football season begins. Before you put on the pads and start throwing the rock, let’s find the tips and tricks for Madden 23.
there are many new things to think about this year, whether your goal is to start a Super Bowl-winning dynasty or simply earn Madden 23 bragging rights among your friends. The key components—new features, well-kept secrets, and Coach Madden-style Xs and Os—are broken down below. Save GR’s Madden 23 advice page to your favorites to stay on track for a Hall of Fame season.
Tips and tricks for Madden 23:
1. By using the sliders, you can get the Madden that works for you.
No Madden game is faultless, but there is a straightforward way to ‘fix’ any problems you might encounter rather than throwing the disc aside in a fit of rage.
For many Madden veterans, this will come as naturally as a Brady/Gronkowski touchdown, but it’s still worth mentioning: go to the settings on the main menu (or in the Franchise menu) to bring up in-game sliders (from 1 to 100) that affect everything from quarterback accuracy to player fatigue. Almost all game components are modifiable in some way.
While you’re in the engine, feel free to play around, but we suggest raising the Fumbles rating on both the CPU and Player Skill to make them less frequent. The game will become less frustrating right away if the QB accuracy is decreased (to prevent the CPU from transforming Mariota into Mahomes) and the various specific penalty ratings are raised. For a more accurate stat line, feel free to increase the quarter length in Franchise mode to about 9 to 10 minutes.
Although it’s not a precise science, it can save you many headaches as you get accustomed to the new game. In actuality, it ought to be the users of Madden’s first stop each year.
2. Try out the new passing system without hesitation.
Change is good. Honest. Two skill-based passing control schemes, Placement, and Power & Placement and Accuracy, as well as the traditional method (which is the same as in the previous game), are available to players in Madden 23.
The latter two turn passing into a mini-game of sorts where your QB must maintain power in the Power scheme or hit the timing mark in a swing meter for Accuracy, which is somewhat akin to field goals. A Free-Form Passing mode with L2/LT is also available, allowing receivers to diverge from their routes—ideal for busted coverage.
Our best recommendation is to thoroughly familiarize yourself with the new passing systems in the tutorials before using them in actual games. Once you’re up to speed, the Accuracy mode in particular helps you pass with more freedom and even makes curl routes this year more viable than the risky throws of previous seasons. Even better, you can switch back to the tried-and-true classic mode if you don’t like the new system.
3. Do not exhaust your salary cap in the inaugural season.
Franchise Mode may tempt you to spend big money to launch your dynasty quickly, but a subtle change to the financial system, designed to mimic real life, means it pays to hold off on mega deals in the first season.
Cap room will now carry over to the following season. You now have the ideal chance to sign Free Agents during the offseason. If you’re interested in snagging a franchise quarterback a few seasons into the future with some extra cash, we’ve discovered Justin Herbert and Joe Burrow can be signed up in 2025.
4. Become familiar with player tags and new driving forces.
One of the most significant updates to Franchise Mode in recent years is Player Tags. These players will essentially be assigned a label, such as Day 1 Starter, Award Winner, Franchise QB, and so forth, which helps reorganize NFL teams and makes both your roster and the AI’s roster builds much more realistic.
One of the best Player Tags we’ve used to date is Mentor. Every player in that position can gain extra XP during weekly training if your team has one (or more). Building a complete roster this year is made much more difficult and satisfying by the new motivations feature, which offers a set of specific criteria ranging from team prestige to location that can persuade a player to sign during negotiations.
5. The face of the Franchise takes into account your first contract.
In Madden 23, the franchise’s face has changed. Instead of competing for playing time as a rookie, you are inserted as a starter and automatic fifth-year free agent. You are free to choose your favorite team, but we advise going with the one that has the largest signing bonus. If you’re starting from scratch and trying out the challenging new Cornerback position, more Rep means more points to work with.
6. Your Ultimate Team should be called MUT Champions, and you can play it whenever you want.
Weekend League, you’ve been replaced by MUT Champions. If you advance far enough in the new Competitive Pass, which is designed like a battle pass, you’ll be able to grab a Champs Entry Token. MUT Champions allows you to play 25 games in a week across all seven days, far from the sugar rush of a weekend binge of the past. Put all your effort into that when you can because it’s by far the best and most satisfying way to earn the big rewards on MUT early this year.
7. When running downhill, press the A/X button.
Madden 23 brings back Tackle Battles, the practice of pressing A (or X on PlayStation 4 and 5) in response to a conservative tackle. It should become automatic to start slamming on the button to drag your player on for those extra yards when playing with bigger, burlier running backs. Going three-and-out versus gaining an important first down can depend on it.
Use R2/RT at the line of scrimmage to sidestep a block and come in hard on whoever is carrying the football with a big hit stick tackle if you’re having trouble stopping a runner on the other side of the ball. This year, common tackles will be punished more, and players will frequently be able to escape for significant gains.
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