Released in August 2020 across multiple platforms, Madden NFL 21 is currently the only major American football game that fans can truly rejoice about.
The franchise’s latest game ambassador comes in the form of Baltimore Raven’s quarterback, Lamar Jackson as the cover face of the new game title.
If you find its initial release cost of $60 was steep, Steam is currently offering up to 63% discount on certain versions of the game to entice you on getting your hands on the best NFL game at the moment.
On the popular PC online store, Madden NFL 21 is currently sold in three different versions:
- Madden NFL 21: Standard Edition
- Madden NFL 21: Superstar Edition
- EA Sports Bundle
Presently, the offer stands for both the Superstar Edition and Bundle version while the Standard Edition is receiving no special treatment – although upcoming Steam sales events may change this.
Under the current discount, Madden NFL Superstar Edition receives a whopping 63% price reduction which lowers its price to around $20 per game.
What do you get with the Superstar Edition?
If you’re an avid Madden Ultimate Team (MUT) player, the Superstar Edition gains you access to many MUT advantages such as extra gold packs, coins, and even Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson himself.
Consider yourself an EA Sports true fan?
Catch up on discounts for both Madden NFL 21 and FIFA 21 – both Standard Editions – by opting for the EA Sports Bundle package, which is currently giving off a 53% discount on Steam.
Translation: EA Sports Bundle is now priced at around $60, meaning you get two games for the price of one!
Another small offer that may have gone unnoticed is the Superstar Edition upgrade, if you already own the game. For half the price ($10), you receive the additional MUT gameplay boost for a dirt cheap price.
Quickly grab these opportunitie now, on Steam! The discounts will end by 23rd February 2021.
If you’re looking to upgrade your in-game experience even further, browse through a catalogue of awesome coin packages currently on sale too, at MUTeamGo.