1. Article by: Posted: 12th December 2013 In: Cricket Games News Replies: 9 comments

    A photo taken of the Nets in Don Bradman Cricket 14

    A photo taken of the Nets in Don Bradman Cricket 14


    Big Ant Studios CEO Ross Symons has posted on PlanetCricket today confirming that the company’s much awaited Don Bradman Cricket 14 will not release this year, with no specific date in 2014 currently set.

    The delay is slightly offset with the confirmation that an update to be released tomorrow for the Cricket Academy Beta will include a playable nets session, to allow players to get accustomed to the control scheme of the game prior to release. The Cricket Academy is currently available only on PC and you will need to have a compatible controller to be able to bat.

    Full statement:

    Don Bradman Cricket 14 will not release in 2013.

    In order to bring the best possible game to the market at the best possible time we have decided to move the date into 2014. We are working to get the game to all markets simultaneously and will advise as soon as we can of an exact release date once it is known.

    On a positive note, there will be a new Don Bradman Cricket Academy released on Friday and to say thanks for your patience it will include the long awaited Nets Practice mode.

    Update: See here for details on the Cricket Academy update and to download.

  2. Comments

    1. Zohaib

      Will i be able to use a PS3 controller to play this?

    2. Sammy

      Am now

    3. Abhi Gupta

      simple pc controller can we use?? or if not plz specify it….

    4. Waleed Mughal

      hhhhhhhhhhyyyyyyyyy in practice nets you can bat only

    5. Waleed Mughal

      is there a way to bowl???????????????

    6. Tanvir

      the double shock analogue stice with anoluge key ON is working.

    7. urvesh

      good game?i think so?

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