Wild Card Football Hits the Field on Consoles, PC

Tuesday, October 10th, 2023 2:51 pm

Players can use over 150 Wild Cards to change the game.

Video game company Saber Interactive partnered with football player Colin Kaepernick, the NFL Players Association, and OneTeam Partners to launch Wild Card Football on consoles and PC.

Wild Card Football is the latest game in the “Playgrounds” series of arcade sports titles. The game allows players to compete in 7-vs.-7 football games across multiple gameplay modes. 

Wild Card Football features hundreds of real-world players, including Colin Kaepernick, Jalen Hurts, and Travis Kelce, among others.

Rather than being a realistic football game, Wild Card Football allows players to change the game using more than 150 Wild Card abilities. For instance, players can summon UFOs to “abduct” a player and send them downfield or make their player invisible. As players complete challenges and events, they’ll unlock new players and cards that they can use in future games.

Players will be able to test their football skills in a single-player Season mode, as well as compete against other players in local (in the same room) and online multiplayer gameplay.

Finally, players will be able to customize their team’s logo, uniforms, and colors, as well as choose their team’s home stadium.

Wild Card Football is now available on Switch, PlayStation consoles, Xbox consoles, and PC. Three Editions are available:

  • Standard Edition ($39.99) – Includes the base game of Wild Card Football
  • Deluxe Edition ($59.99) – Includes the base game of Wild Card Football, as well as the game’s Season Pass, a Blazing Bones outfit, and 10 Card Packs
  • Ultimate Edition ($69.99) – Includes everything found in the Deluxe Edition, as well as 10 Legendary Outfits

Wild Card Football is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB.

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Brandy Berthelson

Brandy Berthelson has been writing about video games and technology since 2006, with her work appearing on sites including AOL Games, Digital Spy, and Adweek. When she’s not gaming, Brandy enjoys crafting, baking, and traveling with her husband.

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