Electronic Arts has announced a Madden 22 free to play weekend taking place from September 9 to September 12 for all platforms that Madden 22 launched on. Players get to experience this year’s NFL focused game, including the new features and play the usual NFL goodness you’ve come to expect.
How long is Madden 22 free to play for?
Madden 22 is getting its first-ever free to play weekend, taking place through September 9-12. During this weekend, you get to play the whole new Campus legends feature, which takes you through Collegiate Football, allowing you to play and collect the stars of the future. The mode features ten different University campuses, containing some of the biggest stars in the NFL collegiate league. For context, this is a limited mode taking place from August 31 to September 27, meaning you can give the mode full go during the Madden 22 free to play weekend.
If that isn’t your thing, you get to play other content like the Franchise Mode, which was very recently updated. Not to mention the announcement of the Madden 22 free to play weekend trial comes with a bucket load of stats, such as the Baltimore Ravens being the team to beat in Madden 22.
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If you find you’re a big fan of Madden 22 during its free-to-play trial, it also has a 25% discount on the MVP edition of the game while the event lasts. You can get this discount via the digital store that is associated with your preferred platform of choice.
Madden Moment: Ultimate Kickoff
For players who are already playing Madden 22, September 9 launches the new mode Madden Moment: Ultimate Kickoff. The new mode features a first-ever go at an immersive live service experience for the season. Players can unlock new themed gear for the event obtainable in The Yard. You can also complete all-new challenges that allow you to earn Ultimate Kickoff Heroes and Strategy Items to use in Ultimate Team.
Oh, there is also an event kicking off at 7 PM ET on Twitch that wants to participate in a new streamed event for the Madden NFL 22 Championship Series. You can find more information on the EA website.