Right now, over at Amazon, there is a 29% discount being offered on the stunning Madden NFL 22 video game for Sony’s PlayStation 5 console. If you are looking to bring the excitement of gameday to your PS5 console, then this is the perfect deal to take advantage of.

For everyone who loves the excitement of the National Football League but who can’t be there in person week-in-week-out, then this could be the perfect tonic. It’s where the excitement of gameday happens without having to leave the house! With the new Dynamic Gameplay functionality, gamers are invited to experience everything that they love about the NFL without having to hardly lift a finger.

The Next Gen Stats Star-Driven AI fuses with Gameday Atmosphere to deliver the smartest gameplay experience that has ever been integrated into an NFL Madden game. And all of that experience is powered by real-world data that are representative of real players. The Madden 22 experience also evolves throughout the season based on gameplay and Next Gen Stats captured from real NFL games.

Gamers can play in authentic environments and experience all of the highs and lows of the Madden 22 PS5 game. There are Home Field Advantage modifiers in every NFL stadium and brand new on-field reactions. In-depth in-game perks and player personas add new intensity and momentum. Gamers can also benefit from the Franchise Mode that lets gamers build a dynasty as a player, coach, or owner. Control every aspect of the franchise and see if you can guide them to the very top!

Everything that you need to secure this deal is listed on the direct link below. Just to make sure to make the purchase before the deal expires and the price rises back to normal PS5 game levels. There are no discount codes or coupons required to secure this deal.

Buy: Madden NFL 22, PlayStation 5 from Amazon: $49.99 | Original price: $70

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