EA Sports PGA Tour has been officially announced.
We have not had a mainline entry into the PGA Tour franchise since 2015, when the game became Rory McIlroy PGA Tour.
That game received a Metacritic score of 60 from 26 critical reviews, while it also had a user score of 4.3 from 76 ratings.
Since that game’s release, we haven’t had another entry into the canon, despite there being a new release every single year from 1994 through to 2013. They took a break in 2014, to work on the Rory-fronted title.
Before then, the games were known as Tiger Woods PGA Tour, but the golfing legend is now working with 2K, as he has fronted PGA Tour 2K23, a game that we gave an 8/10 score to.
Here’s everything we know so far about EA Sports PGA Tour!
The official trailer was released earlier this week and you can check it out above.
It shows some absolutely gorgeous clips of Augusta National, as well as St Andrews, and promises the chance to play in The Masters as well.
Thus far, we know that the game is coming out in Spring 2023.
No official release date has been confirmed yet, but we will update this page when it has been.
Which consoles will EA Sports PGA Tour release on?
The game is coming exclusively to next-generation consoles, meaning it will skip the PS4 and Xbox One. Instead, it is likely to release on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. There is no word on a possible PC release yet, but we will update this page when we receive confirmation.
What tournaments can be played in EA Sports PGA Tour?
She has confirmed that all four majors will be playable in the game.
That means The Masters, the PGA Championship, the US Open Championship and The Open Championship will all be faithfully recreated, as will LPGA events including the Evian Championship.
The FedEx Cup Playoffs will also be in the EA Sports PGA Tour.
What courses are available in EA Sports PGA Tour?
She has published the following list of courses and more are likely to be confirmed as we approach the release date.
- Augusta National Golf Club
- Pebble Beach Golf Links
- Southern Hills Country Club
- Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s Ocean Course
- Torrey Pines
- The Country Club in Brookline, Mass
- The Old Course at St Andrews Links
- Evian Resort Golf Club in Évian-les-Bains, France
- TPC Southwind
- Wilmington Country Club
- East Lake Golf Club
What pro golfers have in the game?
We don’t know at this point.
EA Sports has yet to confirm the full list of players but they have said the following: “Fans will have the option to play against and as some of the biggest names in professional golf.”
Will EA Sports PGA Tour have a Career Mode?
Yes. There will be the chance for players to play in some of the biggest events in the world of golf and attempt to carve out a legendary career.
We’ll update this page when we have more details.
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