EA Sports’ College Football 25 is one of the most anticipated video games of all time. The game will drop next month to anxious players who’ve waited over a decade to play a college football video game. After EA Sports announced the “Toughest Place to Play” rankings, more hype got tacked onto the game this week. In doing so, EA revealed the toughest place to play in the game: Kyle Field at Texas A&M University.

Kyle Field, which holds over 100,000 patrons, is arguably the loudest venue in the sport when it’s rocking. So to that end, this announcement came as no surprise.

EA Sports dropped the rankings in a post on X on Tuesday to the players.

The remainder of the Top 5 is filled out by Bryant-Denny Stadium at Alabama, Tiger Stadium at LSU, Ohio Stadium at Ohio State, and finally, Sanford Stadium, “between the hedges” at Georgia.

Penn State, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Florida State, and Florida round out the Top 10.

A further investigation into the rankings reveals the Top 25, which features Oregon, Michigan, Texas, Boise State, and others.

This was a common feature in the classic CFB games of the early 2000s. It’s lovely to see these return, but they certainly sparked disagreements. At least they’ll update throughout the season.

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