Cricket 19 - Here's What's New in the Official Game of the Ashes

May 23, 2019
Xbox One
Also on: PS4, Switch

Big Ant Studios has teamed up with Australian presenter and actor Stephen O'Donnell to take a closer look at the forthcoming Cricket 19: The Official Game of the Ashes.

Presentation is the area which has had the most noticeable work done, with a new first-person viewpoint allowing you to bowl, bat and catch all through the eyes of the player. The AI has also been overhauled to make more sensible decisions — and it will also learn a player's moves which should improve the overall balance of the game.

The Ashes joins other modes such as T20 and one-day internationals, while a new highlights mode lets you relive the best moments from your game.

Have a look at the gameplay video to see what's new:

Cricket 19 will be released on Xbox One, Switch and PS4 on May 28th, 2019. Check back for the Jump Dash Roll review!

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Rob Kershaw

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