Madden 23 has a lot of fun customizations, keeping the game fresh and unique for everyone. One of those customizations involves celebrations.
You just had a big pick in your own end zone, or maybe a big sack on third down. Maybe even a big first down run on 3rd and short. One big facet of any one of those plays would involve celebrating, and there are a ton of options for that. Luckily, we've put together a guide on celebrations in Madden 23.
How to Celebrate in Madden 23: Details, Celebrations, Inputs
Some celebrations will be prompted on your screen after a big play. Following a big sack or a critical first down, your player will be prompted with a few different celebration options. It is up to you to move your trigger in the direction you want for your celebration.
Now if you have nothing but green grass and white lines in front of you after a big catch, you can hold L2+R2+X on PlayStation or LT+RT+A on Xbox to start a dance celebration as you move up the field.
Another option is diving into the end zone when you are about two to three yards from the end zone. You can hold Square on Playstation or X on Xbox to dive into the end zone with some style. This is a fun little celebration to drive an opponent crazy after a bad play call on their end.
Celebrations are definitely a fun part of the game, and they really are easy to use. Different plays will trigger a celebration from your player, sacks, interceptions, first downs, fumble recoveries and sometimes just a good long reception will do the trick. Now all you need to know are the best defensive playbooks in the game to get sacks with.