EA Sports Unveils Covers and Release Date for College Football 25 Video Game - Check them out now!

EA Sports Unveils Covers and Release Date for College Football 25 Video Game - Check them out now!

Exciting news has surfaced from EA Sports regarding the release of the highly-anticipated "College Football 25" video game. Fans can mark their calendars for the official release date on July 19. The covers for both the regular and deluxe editions have been unveiled, featuring standout college athletes such as Donovan Edwards, Quinn Ewers, and Travis Hunter.

Last week, the deluxe edition of the game made an appearance in the PlayStation Store, allowing fans to wish list the game. The cover art showcased a lineup of top players from various programs, including Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, and others.

Despite the buzz surrounding the game, it seems that Texas quarterback Arch Manning may not make an appearance. However, players who opted in for "College Football 25" will receive NIL checks, with some securing lucrative deals that include branding and trailer appearances.

Back in February, EA Sports announced the revival of the college football video game series, which had been dormant since 2013. The company released a hype trailer and gave fans a glimpse of in-game assets like player models, mascots, and stadiums.

Each cover athlete brings their own unique story to the game. Donovan Edwards, the front-and-center choice, played a key role in Michigan's national championship win. Quinn Ewers aims to lead Texas into the SEC with his stellar quarterback skills. Travis Hunter, a versatile player for Colorado, continues to make headlines in the football world.

As the release date approaches, fans can anticipate more gameplay footage and teasers from EA Sports. Stay tuned for further updates on the "College Football 25" video game.

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