The Madden 22 beta, also known as the Madden 22 Community Playtest, gives players a chance to check out the latest entry in EA’s long-running football series for 2 weeks, ahead of its full release on August 17.
How to Get Into Madden 22 Community Playtest Beta
Unfortunately, invites to the Madden 22 community playtest have already been emailed to those players invited. We’d recommend checking your email account for your registered EA account, just in case it’s slipped into your Junk or you’ve just missed it.
If you didn’t get an invite so far, don’t lose hope just yet. EA has also revealed that the official Madden Twitter and Facebook accounts may have additional Madden 22 beta codes available to giveaway in the coming weeks. In other words, get following them and keep your eyes peeled for any giveaway posts.
How to Redeem Madden 22 Beta Code
If you’ve got a beta code, all you need to do is head to the ‘Redeem Code’ option on the PS4/ PS5’s PlayStation Store, or select the ‘Use Code’ option in the Xbox Store.
Enter the code and then confirm you want to redeem the Madden 22 community playtest. The beta will then begin downloading and once it’s done you’ll be free to check out the various new modes.
What’s Included in the Madden 22 Community Playtest?
This year, EA is giving fans access to pretty much everything that’ll be on offer in the full game. The post announcing the playtest lists the following modes:
- Play Now
- Completely new and improved Franchise
- Madden Ultimate Team
- Strategy Cards
- Solo Battles
- Weekend League
- Superstar KO
- The Yard
It’s worth noting that both Superstar KO and The Yard will only be available during the second week of the playtest.
That’s everything you need to know on the Madden 22 beta. For more tips, tricks and guides, search for Twinfinite or see more of our coverage on the game below.
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