Tuesday, March 22, 2022
Having been delayed back in November and pushed to an undetermined date, EA Sports PGA Tour's release window has been narrowed slightly, to around this time next year. The game had been tentatively pencilled in for spring 2022, but now, we won't see EA's first golf title since 2015's Rory McIlroy PGA Tour until 2023.
“Experience the next generation of championship golf”, the tweet announcing the delay declares. EA Sports PGA Tour is aiming to be a fresh start for EA's golfing franchise, built using the Frostbite engine once again, with a glut of licenses including four major championships, like the US Open.
EA Sports PGA Tour will also feature women's golf, as well as cutting-edge ShotLink Tech and real-life golfing data for “enhanced golfer authenticity”. Clearly, implementing all of this will take some additional time. EA Sports PGA Tour will now be teeing off in spring 2023.
Experience the next generation of championship golf 🏌️🎮Coming Spring 2023 🗓️ pic.twitter.com/4UNdgFoGiL— EA SPORTS PGA TOUR (@EASPORTSPGATOUR) March 22, 2022
Experience the next generation of championship golf 🏌️🎮Coming Spring 2023 🗓️ pic.twitter.com/4UNdgFoGiL
Tuesday, March 22, 2022 @ 12:22 PM