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EA Sports 'College Football 25': Official reveal trailer released
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EA Sports 'College Football 25': Official reveal trailer released

Updated May. 17, 2024 11:22 a.m. ET

"Welcome To The Jungle."

EA Sports unveiled its long-awaited reveal trailer for the "College Football 25" video game on Friday, and it came with an ode to the traditions of several storied programs, a glimpse of heart-pounding action and stunning graphics, and all of it set to a marching-band-enhanced version of the classic Guns N' Roses anthem. Check it out:

The game's return, which has been highly anticipated by fans for months and can now be pre-ordered, has been on a slow buildup to this moment. 


Earlier this week, college football fans got a look at the athletes who would grace the game's cover.

The cover includes a collection of big-name programs and standout players. Michigan running back Donovan Edwards, Texas quarterback Quinn Ewers and Colorado two-way star Travis Hunter can be seen front and center. Alabama quarterback Jalen Milroe, Georgia quarterback Carson Beck and Ohio State running back Quinshon Judkins can also be seen walking out of a tunnel into what appears to be a packed stadium.

The PlayStation Store listing also included a visual of Notre Dame players walking out of a tunnel, onto the field.

EA Sports confirmed earlier this year that the much-anticipated college football video game series will return this summer after an 11-year hiatus that was caused largely by athletes' past inability to be compensated for having their likeness in games. Now, thanks to current name, image and likeness (NIL) rules, "College Football 25" will mark the first time college athletes will be compensated for their name and likeness being used in a video game.

Players will reportedly receive a base compensation of $600 and free access to the game, although a number of high-profile college football stars landed additional funds through partnerships with EA Sports to promote the game.

Here is a look at some of the top college football stars who will be "in the game" this summer

Stay tuned for more details ahead of the much-anticipated launch of the game.

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