How to Taunt and Celebrate in Madden 23

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Madden 23 is the most recent installment in the popular NFL franchise published by EA. While the game has several new and improved features, it also has the iconic celebration and showboat feature, just like its predecessors. Here's a guide on how to celebrate and taunt in Madden 23.

How to Taunt and Celebrate in Madden 23

The controls to celebrate and showboat have been changed in Madden 23 to the following:

  • PlayStation Controller: L2 + R2 + X 
  • Xbox Controller: LT + RT + A
  • Keyboard & Mouse: Left-mouse button + Left-Ctrl

Related: Is Madden 23 crossplay/cross-platform?

While making these celebration moves, you can also use your analog stick to keep your character in motion and change their direction. Celebrate with caution as the moves make you slow, and you wouldn't want to be tackled while looking cool. Furthermore, before reaching the end zone, you can hold Square on PlayStation and X on Xbox to do a celebration dive.

Players also get the option to celebrate upon touchdown or on reaching the end zone. Once the celebration dance prompt appears on your screen, you can use the right stick of your controller to select from one of the four options: Signature, Spike, Dance, and Team.

Stay tuned to Pro Game Guides for more on Madden 23. In the meantime, head over to our article on Top 10 Quarterbacks in Madden 23 and Top 10 Wide Receivers in Madden 23.

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Bishop is a writer and sports data analyst. Born and raised in Arizona, he is a graduate of Arizona State University in Sports Business. Bishop enjoys a variety of video game titles, playing D&D with friends, and MMA training. He can be found creating a character for hours just to create a new one the next day.

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