EA Sports released its launch-date ratings for players in Madden NFL 19. The multi-platform football game is scheduled for release on August 10.

A number of San Francisco 49ers players saw their in-game ratings increase from the earlier build of the game in June, including the team's top-two rated players, cornerback Richard Sherman and tackle Joe Staley. Both received a rating of 88 in the earlier pre-production version of the game and appear to be set with a rating of 90 in the launch version. Staley saw a significant jump from his rating last year, going from 82 to 90.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo received a slight bump as well. He had a 77 rating in last year's version of the game, 80 within the June build, and is now listed with a rating of 83 for August's launch.

Below are the ratings of the top-12 49ers players in this year's game and how much their ratings have increased from last year's launch version.

Player Pos Madden 19 Madden 18
Richard Sherman CB 90 90
Joe Staley LT 90 82
Reuben Foster MLB 87 77
DeForest Buckner DT 86 78
Pierre Garçon WR 86 85
Robbie Gould K 85 76
Jerick McKinnon RB 85 80
Kyle Juszczyk FB 84 91
Jimmy Garoppolo QB 83 77
Marquise Goodwin WR 83 73
Jaquiski Tartt SS 83 72
Weston Richburg C 81 86

As for the nine players from the 49ers' 2018 draft class, their ratings can be found below. Note that Moore is listed as a free safety but is being converted to cornerback.

Player Pos Madden 19
Mike McGlinchey RT 78
Dante Pettis WR 76
Fred Warner MLB 71
Tarvarius Moore FS 69
Jullian Taylor DT 69
Kentavius Street LE 68
D.J. Reed CB 68
Richie James WR 68
Marcell Harris SS 65

You can find the ratings for all NFL players at EA Sports. The ratings for 49ers players can be found here.

The seven highest-rated players in the game all received ratings of 99. They are New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller, and Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.