Cricket 24 Delayed, Arrives in October

Big Ant Studios and NACON have today confirmed that Cricket 24 will be released on October 5, 2023. Described by the studio as “the culmination of a decade of cricket video game development,” Cricket 24 will be available on PS5 and PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One, as well as PC.

Announced in April, Cricket 24 was initially scheduled to arrive at the crease in time for this year’s Ashes series – which has already commenced.

It’s not all bad news, though; it’s also been confirmed Pakistan is joining the roster of officially included cricketing nations – just in time for the Pakistan tour of Australia this 2023-24 summer. Pakistan join Australia, England, West Indies, New Zealand, and Ireland in Cricket 24, although more nations appear set to be announced over the coming months. Cricket 24 will also feature the Pakistan Super League alongside other previously confirmed official tournaments, including The Ashes, the BBL and WBBL, The Hundred, and the Caribbean Premier League. An unspecified selection of professional Indian T20 clubs are also joining the game, and more than 50 official stadiums are set to feature.

“We can’t wait for cricket fans to be able to experience and play Cricket 24, leading their favourite Test, One Day or T20 team to victory in the most realistic cricket video game ever made,” said Big Ant CEO Ross Symons in a statement accompanying the new release date. “After a decade of experience the Big Ant Studios team are the leading cricket video game developers in the world. We are really excited to offer our fans Cricket 24 this October, a cricket game with greater immersion and depth than any that have come before it.”

Luke is Senior Editor and part of the IGN reviews team. You can chat to him on Twitter @MrLukeReilly.

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