Cricket 22 Release Dates revealed: Dates, prices and more!

The Cricket 22 is all set to be the next big cricket simulation franchise with major teams making their apperance!

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Cricket 22 is the first main next-gen cricket console game that will be released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X. Here are the Cricket 22 release dates, prices and more for the players to know about.

The game is being developed by Big Ant Studios and is called the Cricket 22: The Official Game of The Ashes. The game will be made available soon worldwide on 25th November, 2021. It will release on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series S/X. The game will be released on Nintendo Switch on January 2022.

The roster for the game comprises of licensed teams from the Ashes, The Hundred, Big Bash T20 and CPL.

Cricket 22: New features and Prices

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The inclusion of the big leagues means that Australia, England , New Zealand and West Indies will be fully licensed and players can use their payers. However, the other major cricketing nations, like India are soon expected to be included in the line-up.

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The game will feature a major upheaval to the graphics and playing experience with smoother load times and visual tweaks.

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Some of the new features being introduced in Cricket 22 are:

  • New bowling and fielding controls
  • New career mode
  • New commentary team
  • New and better Tutorials

The game is currently priced at Rs. 3,999 in India and AUD 99.95 across all the platforms.

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The pre-orders for PS4, PS5 and Xbox platforms are live in Games the Shop and Game Loot. Players can pre-order the game on Steam, Microsoft Store and PlayStation Store soon. Pre-ordering will give access to The Nets Challenge and more!

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