Madden NFL 21 is now one step closer to its official release date, and the game is expanding to more users. Following the launch of a 10-hour trial on EA Play, the professional football game’s Deluxe ($80 USD) and MVP ($100 USD) editions are now available.

The key distinction here is that there are no time limits for the Deluxe and MVP editions, so you can play as much as you want.

The Deluxe and MVP editions are available across PS4, One, and PC, and you can buy them digitally through the console storefronts or on PC through EA’s site or Steam. That’s a notable change, as EA has never released a Madden game on Steam before.

Madden NFL 21’s official release date is August 28, and that’s when all versions of the game will be available for everyone. The game has big shoes to fill, as Madden NFL 20 performed exceptionally well, due in part to the COVID-19 crisis that’s keeping people at home and playing games.

Madden NFL 21 introduces a number of updates and improvements over last year’s game, while it also adds a brand-new, arcade-style backyard football mode with trick plays. For more on Madden NFL 21, check out GameSpot’s video above to see a match between two of the best teams in the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens and the Kansas City Chiefs.

You can also watch GameSpot’s interview with producer Seann Graddy to get a rundown of everything that’s new this year.