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Sports Gaming News Weekly Wrap-Up - NBA 2K23, NHL 23, PGA Tour 2K23 & More

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Sports Gaming News Weekly Wrap-Up - NBA 2K23, NHL 23, PGA Tour 2K23 & More

Every Sunday, we will get you caught up on the sports gaming news you might have missed, during the busy week. This week it’s all about NBA 2K23, NHL 23, PGA Tour 2K23 and more.

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It’s hard to believe that we’re nearly to Season 3 of eFootball. After a disastrous start, Konami slowly started to regain some loyal fans through numerous updates and improvements along the way. While they’re still not even remotely close to offering what was available in eFootball PES Season Update 2021, the folks at Konami remain undeterred and somewhat focused on bettering eFootball as a product. With the recent announcement of eFootball 2023, Konami hopes that fans who have been put off by the stagnation when it comes to modes will slowly gravitate back towards the game with eFootball 2023 Season 3.

Even though I consume just about everything possible related to racing, the NHRA series has always been a series that has been off my radar. That’s not a slight against the series at all, but the fact remains that it has never really drawn my interest. I mention that because GameMill Entertainment has released NHRA Championship Drag Racing: Speed For All, a title that includes all five series, career mode, online racing, and a customization suite.

The game also boasts 38 real NHRA drivers, an extensive collection of real-world tracks, and physics-based racing that, in their words, promises to deliver authentic speeds, depth, and the feel of real NHRA drag racing. With limited knowledge of the sport, I was hoping for NHRA to deliver a racing experience that gave me a reason to delve into the real-life world of NHRA drag racing. Does NHRA Championship Drag Racing: Speed For All deliver on entertaining and educating me on a level that I was hoping for, or does it DQ out of the box? Let’s find out in this NHRA Championship Drag Racing: Speed For All review.

I’m not a MUT guy. I don’t spend money on packs and usually lose interest after a few weeks. But a large part of that is a testament to just how bad Madden has been over the years. However, I’m enjoying this Madden more than I have in years, so I have found myself doing the unthinkable. I was playing Madden Ultimate team — willingly — and enjoying it. So I thought I would put together some of my MUT impressions for Madden 23.

I’m not a MUT guy. I don’t spend money on packs and usually lose interest after a few weeks. But a large part of that is a testament to just how bad Madden has been over the years. However, I’m enjoying this Madden more than I have in years, so I have found myself doing the unthinkable. I was playing Madden Ultimate team — willingly — and enjoying it. So I thought I would put together some of my MUT impressions for Madden 23.

UFL updateOriginally scheduled to release in 2022, Strikerz Inc. CEO Eugene Nashilov announced that the game’s release will be pushed back to 2023. As to when UFL will actually be released, Eugene stated that we should learn of the game’s release date in December — as well as other information. Additionally, the CEO revealed that there will be an event in the near future where fans will be able to play the game before its official launch to provide in-person feedback for the developers.

News of this delay is disappointing but nonetheless understandable considering the sheer magnitude of creating a soccer game from scratch with enough features and gameplay good enough to attract players away from FIFA and eFootball. As we move closer to the release of FIFA 23 and with eFootball 2023 already out, UFL has the ability to entice new players with its free-to-play model should those two AAA games fail to deliver the goods. In the meantime, let’s see what else the UFL team has been up to.

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