Madden 22 pre-order prices guide: what do you get with each edition?

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It's a little late to put in a Madden 22 pre-order given that the game's release date of Friday, August 20 has been and gone. But what if, say, you ordered Madden 22 back in July and haven't got round to downloading it yet? Or you just fancy knowing what extras you could have scored by snagging your copy before its street date? Either way, you're in the right place. Below we break down each individual edition of EA's gridiron sim on your Madden 22 pre-order guide.

Madden 22 pre-order: standard edition

Madden 22

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The basic version of Madden 22 gets you four pre-order bonuses. You’re granted 20 staff points for the newly retooled franchise mode, full details of which are included in our extensive Madden 22 preview. You get a Tom Brady gear capsule, enabling you to kit out your avatar in Brady-specific treads in The Yard. You get to immediately start The Yard and Face Of The Franchise at a Player Class of Level 10. And you get to kick off Ultimate Team with one of 32 NFL stars – the full list can be found at the bottom of this guide.

The standard edition of Madden 22 is $69.99/£69.99 on PS5 and Xbox Series X, and $59.99/£59.99 on PS4 and Xbox One.

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Madden 22 pre-order: MVP edition

We’re going to need to get bullet-pointy here. Order the MVP edition and, in addition to the standard edition goodies, you score the following:

- Three days of early access to Madden 22, beginning on August 17

- Free upgrade from PS4 or Xbox One to PS5 or Xbox Series X

- 60 Staff Points (as opposed to ten) to use upgrading your franchise staff, roster, or on gameday performance

- 11 ‘team gold’ fantasy packs for Ultimate Team. Each is specific to an NFL franchise of your choice, and contains two gold (or better) and three silver (or better) players from the team you select.

- Your choice of a Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes elite item.

The MVP edition of Madden 22 is $99.00/£89.00 across PS4 and PS5, or Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

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Madden 22 pre-order: dynasty edition

Bullet-point time again. The dynasty edition of Madden 22 contains the same stuff as the standard and MVP editions, as well as all of the below…

- 100 Staff Points (as opposed to 60) for use in franchise mode.

- Limited-time Ultimate Team Challenges during the early access window, with ‘Greatest Moments’ rewards.

- Your choice of a Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes ‘Curated Legends’ pack.

- 22 (rather than 11) ‘team gold’ fantasy packs for Ultimate Team.

- An Elite Madden Mobile starter pack.

The dynasty edition of Madden 22 is $119.00/£109.00 across PS4 and PS5, or Xbox One and Xbox Series X.

Madden 22 pre-order: Ultimate Team player choices

Each Madden 22 pre-order comes with your choice of one player, for use in Ultimate Team. These are the guys you can choose from:

  • Bears: Khalil Mack
  • Bengals: Jessie Bates III
  • Bills: Josh Allen
  • Broncos: Von Miller
  • Browns: Myles Garrett
  • Buccaneers: Lavonte David
  • Cardinals: DeAndre Hopkins
  • Chargers: Joey Bosa
  • Chiefs: Tyrann Mathieu
  • Colts: Quenton Nelson
  • Cowboys: Amari Cooper
  • Dolphins: Mike Gesicki
  • Eagles: Fletcher Cox
  • Falcons: Calvin Ridley
  • 49ers: George Kittle
  • Giants: Saquon Barkley
  • Jaguars: Myles Jack
  • Jets: Marcus Maye
  • Lions: Frank Ragnow
  • Packers: Davante Adams
  • Panthers: Christian McCaffrey
  • Patriots: Stephon Gilmore
  • Raiders: Darren Waller
  • Rams: Aaron Donald
  • Ravens: Marlon Humphrey
  • Saints: Michael Thomas
  • Seahawks: Russell Wilson
  • Steelers: T.J. Watt
  • Texans: Laremy Tunsil
  • Titans: Derrick Henry
  • Vikings: Harrison Smith
  • Washington: Chase Young
Ben Wilson

I'm GamesRadar's sports editor, and obsessed with NFL, WWE, MLB, AEW, and occasionally things that don't have a three-letter acronym – such as Chvrches, Bill Bryson, and Streets Of Rage 4. (All the Streets Of Rage games, actually.) Even after three decades I still have a soft spot for Euro Boss on the Amstrad CPC 464+.