Cricket 22: The Official Game of the Ashes has been officially delayed by one week, and is now set to release on December 2nd
The announcement regarding the delay came from an official Twitter message, which indicated that the team needed time to work on updating the game’s cover, visuals, and team list. All of which, the team say, were out of their control. They also added that their day 1 patch is now scheduled to release on December 2nd and that this is the first time the team have had to delay a game before
Cricket 22: The Official Game of the Ashes was first announced back in October and will feature both the men and woman’s team of the Big Bash league, which is a first for the series. It will also feature an extended licensing of the game which will include geographical territories such as New Zealand, Ireland, and West Indies. In addition to Australia and England.
On top of all of that, Cricket 22 has seen quite an update to its commentating aspect of the game, with a brand new commentating team and the inclusion of an all-female commentating team for the woman’s cricket. In order to ensure gender equality.
Cricket 22: The Official Game of the Ashes will now be releasing on December 2nd for the PC, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, XBox One, XBox Series X/S, and the Nintendo Switch.