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How To Showboat In Madden 23

Madden NFL 23 Gameplay
Olivier Dumont Updated on by

Since its release earlier in August, 2022, Madden 23 has catered a fun gaming experience that has proven to be engaging and exciting. A lot of different aspects play into this reality of course, whether you’re dominating on offense or crushing your opponents on defense.

But as you play the game, there’s nothing sweeter than taking a run or catch, be it on offense or defense, all the way to the house for a touchdown. These explosive, game changing plays are crucial to come by and can go a long way when determining whether you will come out of the game with a win or a loss.

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That said, what makes these breakaway runs and plays just that much more enjoyable, is adding in a little showboating into your trot to the end zone. Whether you’re holding the ball behind you or extending your arms out wide like a plane, the celebrations you can pull off in Madden 23 are a hoot, and we’re here to show you how to do so as you run for a touchdown score.

With that said, let’s have a look at our personal guide on how you can showboat in Madden 23.

Madden 23: How To Showboat

Madden NFL 23
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When you choose to showboat in Madden 23, the game will select which running celebration you will perform once you hit its control button. The celebrations themselves you cannot specifically select, unlike when celebrating in the end zone after a touchdown.

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On that note, here’s the controls for how to showboat on all three major gaming systems:

PlayStation: Hold LT

Xbox: Hold LT

PC: Hold L-Mouse Button or L-Ctrl

Additional Tip

The only tip that’s important to keep in mind when showboating in Madden 23, is that it does slow your players’ pace down. So if you do it too early or too much of it too soon, you can allow defenders to catch up to you and prevent your chances from actually scoring.

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