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  • College Football 25: An In-Depth Look At All The Info And Updates We Know So Far

    Posted: May 29, 2024

    With just over a month to go until the official release of EA Sports College Football 25, most fans are already eager to learn more. So, I will keep a close eye on any news on this front to keep you updated.

    Release Date & Cover Stars

    College Football 25 has a release date of July 19, 2024. However, as with most EA releases, one of the pre-order bonuses is the ability to play three days early. This means that those who buy it before release can start on July 16, 2024.

    This is EA’s first college alternative to Madden NFL 24 since NCAA Football 14, and the cover stars will be Quinn Ewers, Travis Hunter, and Donovan Edwards.


    We now know the release date of College Football 25, and we have received a trailer that was recently released. We are looking forward to some old-fashioned recruiting in Dynasty mode.

    College Football 25 trailer shows off all the intricate details that are returning to the series, such as lifelike mascots, jerseys, locker rooms, and stadiums. It also confirms the original four teams: Michigan, Georgia, Florida and Alabama.

    Dynasty Mode & Road To Glory Will Return

    Now back in NCAA 14, Dynasty Mode and Road to Glory quickly became fan favorites, and the return of these modes just 10 years later means a lot to a lot of people.

    According to EA, both Dynasty Mode and Road to Glory will feature a transfer portal and NIL, which will add more depth and complexity to team building and individual journeys. While no further information has been released on exactly how this will work, I expect to learn more about this in future data mining.

    College Awards

    Speaking of major college awards, Heisman Trophy has been confirmed to be in the game, which is undoubtedly a big win for many fans.

    However, EA failed to reach an agreement with College Football Awards Association, resulting in major achievements, such as Maxwell Award and Jim Thorpe Award being excluded.

    Still, players can expect alternative awards like best QB and best running back to recognize outstanding performances, both in Dynasty Mode and Road to Glory.

    College Football Playoffs

    But the excitement doesn’t stop there. The 12-team College Football Playoffs will debut in the game, giving us a preview of what it will look like before NCAA football season begins.

    It was previously revealed that the developers will be tailoring it for Conferences, but there’s no word yet on changes to Playoff format and the number of teams that will be able to enter Playoffs.

    FCS Teams Might Be Missing

    While FCS teams won’t be in the initial release, all 134 FBS teams, including their stadiums, unique uniforms, and different college traditions, will be in the game.

    In addition, EA has hinted that FCS teams may be added to subsequent updates or future games. The good news is that more than 11,000 college football players have opted in to the game, including star players like Travis Hunter, Jalen Milroe, Shedeur Sanders, Shilo Sanders, Quinn Ewers, Dillon Gabriel, Carson Beck, and more.

    Opted Out Players

    Sadly, as one of the biggest names, Arch Manning will opt out of NCAA 25, but it is said that players who opt out will have a chance to rejoin. In this case, players who opt out like Arch Manning will have a chance to rejoin and be added in the next roster update.

    One important update about the opted out players is that we will not be able to edit these players and enter their real names into the game. Instead, EA will use generic players based on the traditional strengths or weaknesses of a position at that school over the past decade.

    While this may disappoint some fans, it is EA’s way of protecting the privacy of players who opt out. Unfortunately, real-life coaches will also not appear in this year’s game, but EA remains optimistic that they will be added in future versions.

    Diverse Gameplay

    Even without real coaches this year, EA says the game has almost 134 different ways to play, ensuring that each team stays true to their real-life playing style, tactics, traditions, and recruiting strategies.

    This is tremendous news for people who want to play NCAA. It allows them to get a feel for what it’s like to be a part of a college football team, whether you’re the hotshot coming out of high school or trying to lead the biggest underdog to a national championship.

    Broadcasting Improvements

    More exciting news has recently emerged on social media, with Chris Fowler talking about the final NCAA broadcast taping phase. He shared that he and Kirk Herbstreit are preparing for the final taping, where they will simulate the small talk in the broadcast booth and fine-tune the high-intensity calls.

    As an example, Fowler said he wasn’t happy with a broadcast call in Ohio State vs Michigan matchup, when Ohio State ran a 75-yard touchdown on the opening play. He emphasized the meticulous attention to detail in this game, and the feeling of expressing excitement when the big plays happen, just like in real life.

    Additionally, on Pat McAfee Show, Kirk Herbstreit hinted that there might be different broadcast booths depending on the type of game you're playing. This means that there will be different announcers depending on the type of game being played.

    I think that adding this feature would be one of the best additions to sports games ever. Not only would it be more refreshing and realistic to have different announcers for each game, but having different voices telling us how nicely we reacted to each play.

    Ultimate Team

    Another confirmed feature in NCAA 25 is Ultimate Team, but very little information has been revealed about the mode other than EA trying to reduce the “pay to play” aspect of Ultimate Team. If you’ve played Madden Ultimate Team, you probably know that investing CFB 25 coins into your team is almost a must. This is something EA wants to eliminate, as it significantly affects your team’s competitiveness.

    However, while this has been made clear, the specifics remain to be seen. EA is aiming to attract casual gamers and college football fans, and by reducing in-game payments, it could potentially attract more people to Ultimate Team.

    Are you guys interested in playing Ultimate Team? Which players would you like to see join the game?

    As we get closer to the official launch in July, EA is starting to ramp up its marketing efforts, putting up posters promoting the game at major universities like Ohio State, Florida State, Florida, Texas A&M, and Michigan. Let me know what you think and which modes you most or least looking forward to. I’ll see you in the next update!

  • College Football 25: Will These 5 Highly-Anticipated Features Make It To The Game?

    Posted: May 29, 2024

    With EA Sports College Football 25 set to release on July 19, 2024, excitement is running high for all football simulation fans! I’m sure many players are keeping an eye on the official social media for updates. So, with the hype still going on, it’s time to talk about the top 5 most anticipated features in College Football 25.

    In this guide, we’ll break down the features that NCAA community wants most in the upcoming EA Sports College Football game. Let’s take a look!


    First up is TeamBuilder, which in previous NCAA Football games was a website that allowed you to create your own school, as well as customize the school name, logo, uniforms, and program ratings.

    This is almost a must-have in order to get the most out of this game. Because the secret to NCAA’s success is customization, and that’s what the player base wants.

    TeamBuilder allows us to build our own stadiums, just like 2K does. There, as long as you have enough College Football 25 Coins, you can change the color and design of the field and even upload logos created by others, just like they did in 2K.

    Details like this will blow people away and end up being a tremendous hit for this game when it first launches. It’s hard to believe EA wouldn’t add these features, especially with the next-gen technology we have.

    Custom College Football Playoffs

    Second, we can customize the number of teams that enter College Football Playoffs. The first thing that came to my mind was 64 or 68 teams participating in College Football Playoffs, just like they do in basketball for NCAA March Madness. It’s so unrealistic, but it sounds really cool to me.

    Imagine taking a mediocre team and entering College Football Playoffs as the last seed and going far in the playoffs by beating strong teams like Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, etc. I just think having that opportunity could take this game beyond our already high expectations.

    I want to be the 64th seed and go far in the playoffs. Let me know what you think of March Madness style College Football Playoffs.

    Increased Halftime Interaction

    Also, we want Halftime Shows and interviews. I think I speak for the majority when I say we want halftime interaction.

    I want Rece Davis to show us instant replays of what’s happening around the country while he talks about other big plays and scores, and things like that.

    This is something EA has done very poorly in Madden NFL, I have to say. We’ve had pretty much the same intro and Halftime Shows for a few years now, and it’s starting to get very repetitive for a long time. While it doesn’t affect the gameplay, it’s a have to make the game feel like a college game day.

    Honestly, they did a great job with NCAA 14. So with today’s technology, it’s hard not to expect some great Halftime Shows conversations between guys like Rece Davis and the staff.

    We’re taking this with a pinch of salt right now, as there’s absolutely no evidence to back it up. But it would be cool to have Pat McAfee Show in the game, and interview Pat as the coach of the team.

    This is a long shot. The way it could play out is if you’re having a breakout season as a coach or have a big game next week and they invite you to the show, the way you answer questions could affect fan happiness and potentially increase your school’s popularity in recruiting.

    Again, Pat McAfee might not even be in the game, but I think it would be a very unique feature, even if it’s something they add in future editions.

    Customize Our Schedule

    Number four is that we’re able to customize our schedule. This is a significant feature in NCAA 14 to make your schedule harder or weaker, depending on what you want to do.

    But beyond that, it’s fun to schedule your own games as if you were the athletic director of your school, and it really affects your year in a big way.

    If you’re an overall weaker team playing against SEC and BIG TEN schools, your games are going to be much tougher and you might not even have a great season.

    However, I think adding a progression factor could make schedule customization even cooler, as if you have a really tough schedule, it could mean your players will have a better chance of progressing faster and improve their overall strength. But if you play against a weak schedule, you will progress more slowly, and if you lose to a weaker team, you may even regress.

    In my opinion, factors like this can make the game very exciting, so I hope that such content is added to the game.

    Enhanced Scouting & Recruiting

    Finally, we also hope that College Football 25 will enhance scouting and recruiting.

    I think it is very likely that a stage will be added to the game where you can meet up to 3-5 recruits and their families and talk to them about why they are a good fit for your program and why they would like your school, ultimately just trying to get them to commit to your program. This could be a cool feature.

    Also, limiting the maximum number of times you can meet with players would be a good way for us to think about the positions of need and the players you really want to have on your team.

    In addition, weekly feedback on the interest level of certain players through email or even text messages can make recruiting more effective. Ultimately, having a more immersive way of recruiting players can take this game to the next level.

    In conclusion, what features do you think must have in College Football 25? Did I miss any of these top 5? Anyway, let’s wait and see!

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