EA Sports PGA Tour Delayed

EA Sports PGA Tour Delayed

EA Sports PGA Tour has been delayed to April 7. The company made the announcement on Friday that it’s pushing the release of its first PGA Tour game in eight years by two weeks.

“EA Sports PGA Tour will now launch the week of the Masters Tournament, with an early access release on Tuesday, April 4 and worldwide launch on Friday, April 7,” the company said in its statement. “Creating an authentic golf experience has been our goal, and this small shift in release date allows us to add a few final touches to the game that we are very excited to deliver to all of you, including updates to some favorite courses to reflect 2023 designs.”

The statement continued by saying that in the “weeks ahead” the team behind the game will have more details to share with players.

EA Sports PGA Tour includes 28 authentic courses and two fantasy courses with more to come after launch. In addition to the courses, the game features a new “Pure Strike” shot system, career mode, all four major championships, LPGA Tour events, and more.

What do you think of EA Sports PGA Tour being delayed?

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  1. why not,nobody where i live can find a ps5 except scalper consoles costing $1000 or more. Since you are not putting it on ps4. i have a new ps4 slim with less than 10 hrs of play on it,that i was hoping to use fo ea sports pga 2023.
    You might as well wait till ps5 consoles are available in big box stores.
    I wont be buying a ps5 for 1 game that may not be as good as it is hyped up to be.

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