Electronic Arts has decided to postpone the launch of the “next-gen” PGA Tour for a year, announcing that it now plans to release it in “spring 2023”.
EA Sports PGA Tour, the EA Sports-developed franchise’s first offering since 2015’s Rory McIlroy PGA Tour, was announced in March last year and is set to begin in 2022. It promises the inclusion of several famous camps. and professionals. players, as part of a multinational agreement with the PGA Tour.
According to EA, the new PGA Tour “will be the only place where golf fans can play all four major championships, including the Masters, PGA, US Open and The Open Championship.”
The Players Championship and FedExCup Playoffs will also be part of the Race Mode, along with a “renovated” Create-A-Player mode and the inclusion of the Ladies Professional Golf Association.
This ultimately means that the new PGA Tour will also allow playing the Amundi Evian Championship and other LPGA tournaments and events, in addition to dealing with female golfers from the professional circuit. Additionally, the American company has confirmed that Iona Stephen will join the commentary team.
Electronic Arts has yet to confirm which platforms the EA Sports PGA Tour will arrive on, although it should do so in the coming months as it appears to be approaching the new launch date.