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Don Bradman Cricket 14 PC Released; Get it Now for 10% Off on Steam
Don Bradman Cricket 14 launched on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 a little more than two months ago which left us with the PC version of the game. Now the wait is over and cricket lovers can enjoy the game on PC starting today.
The official Steam page of the game is currently offering it for a price of £34.99 with a 10 percent discount that pushes the expense down to £31.49. Here’s how they are describing the game:
“The first thing to think about when you start playing Don Bradman Cricket 14 is to forget what you know about Cricket games and start afresh… it’s cricket like you’ve never seen it before! Take to the field with any of the 100+ teams provided or choose from over 4000 teams available online from the Academy.”
From what the devs are telling us, the game will have improved Ball and player physics, a fully featured fielding system including sliding, catching high balls and more. Dynamic time of days along with weather system and pitch deterioration will add more realism to the game while an online save system will ensure you don’t lose any progress.
Don Bradman Cricket 14 has been developed by Big Ant Studios for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game are currently in development though we have been kept at bay with regards to their release plans. We shall keep you posted – if you are interested that is.