Fully licensed ‘Ashes Cricket’ video game is finally here!
Australia-based Big Ant Studio has announced that Ashes Cricket, the officially licensed video game of cricket’s greatest rivalry, is now available for digital download on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The studio famed for games such as “Don Bradman Cricket” now takes us on one of the greatest greatest trophy in cricket; The Ashes. With photo-realistic players, motion capture, it is being labelled as the most authentic and realistic cricket game ever made.
Players can bring all the fast-paced action, big hits and skill that they see in the greatest cricket competition on earth, in both a more realistic and authentic way than ever before.
This comes just around the men’s and women’s 2017/2018 Ashes tours are round the corner, allowing players to bathe in the glory of their team.
Ashes Cricket presents official photorealistic likenesses, courtesy Big Ant’s unique photogrammetry technology, for all Australian and English men’s and women’s teams – making players feel like they’re right there at the live game.
Test cricketers have been fully motion-captured and players can choose their own batting or bowling style to make the game as their own.
Big Ant’s most detailed and refined cricket engine to date allows for true 360-degree batting. No two players will play the game the same way.
Other features of the most in-depth and realistic cricket game to date includes a deep career mode that offers the ability to play as a star or start as a junior and play club cricket until reaching international level.
Players can fully customise their play experience and create players, teams and even umpires in the Cricket Academy and upload it on the online community. The game also includes all the officially licensed stadiums featured in the 2017/18 Ashes tour.
Players can create your own dream competition, stadiums and logos to enhance their playing experience. They can make this as their personal cricket game, and play online with or against players in the most competitive online cricket game yet.