It's more or less like it. Are we to believe that this is the same Superstar Mode that launched in Madden '06? Absolutely not Madden 23 Coins. EA could even argue that 'Face Of The Franchise in 22 was a step back from Superstar. It's not completely wrong, but FOTF was the most boring Franchise design eventually and felt a bit lazy.
In the shoes of an aspiring QB such as Justin Fields and developing his career both on as well off would be a blast. Fields is the ideal candidate for a character like Superstar. He's aged 22 and has a lot of experience and is currently QB 1 for an underperforming Chicago Bears team that's headhunting an interim head coach.
As Fields, gamers would have to provide speeches during games and juggling press interviews regarding a wide variety of subjects. They'd also have to assist with helping the new coach adapt to Chicago and get the Bears back on first place in the NFC North. I'm just putting some examples of what EA could be doing here.
Perhaps the biggest thing Madden fans want is a proper next-gen Madden version. The game of last year made progress towards this, but it was not nearly enough. Playing on PS5 is likely to be quite different when compared to PS4; right now it's not.
Gaming, presentation and everything else should be improved beyond belief. It is crucial that Madden 23 shatters all expectations and showcases the full power of PS5 or Cheap Mut 23 Coins Xbox Series S/X. EA does not need to make Madden a s**t game on old hardware to achieve that.