Don Bradman Cricket 14 Launches on Feb. 13 for PS4 and Xbox One

By   /   Jan 26, 2015

Following in its December announcement, it has been confirmed that Don Bradman Cricket 14 will launch on February 13 for the PS4 and Xbox One. The release date applies to both retail and digital versions of the game, and caters to the UK region. The game will release a day earlier in Australia and New Zealand.

In the hands of Big Ant Studios, the next-gen versions will feature a Career Mode, a weather system that will have an effect on the pitch and its degradation, a dynamic time of day, a Cricket Academy mode for you to test your skills and access to community-created players and teams – something we all love in sports titles.

It looks identical to its last-gen counterparts and is in time for the Cricket World Cup that commences next month.

Don Bradman Cricket 14 was released last year for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. So how many of you cricket lovers are going to play the game on the current generation machines?

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