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The EA Sports PGA Tour has been postponed to Spring 2023

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EA has announced that its next-gen golf game, EA Sports PGA Tour, has been delayed until next year.

First revealed in March 2021, EA announced in November that the game’s release date had been pushed back – although it didn’t say for how long.

Originally planned for early 2022, the official EA Sports PGA Tour Twitter page announced that it will now be released in spring 2023.

No reason was given for the delay, either in the last announcement or in November, and EA has otherwise gone quiet since the initial reveal.

The game promises a recreation of the best golf courses in the world, allowing players to build their own virtual career and compete against famous golfers.

That doesn’t include Tiger Woods, however, who has instead signed a multi-year deal with rival franchise PGA Tour 2K.

Woods headlined EA’s golf franchise for years before joining Rory McIlroy for its 2015 title, meaning the new game will end an eight-year hiatus when it launches next year.

In our 5/10 review of the 2015 release, IGN said, “Rory McIlroy PGA Tour is a disappointing golf game that just manages to make the cut.”

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer who occasionally thinks about tweeting @thelastdinsdale.

https://www.ign.com/articles/ea-sports-pga-tour-has-been-delayed-to-spring-2023 The EA Sports PGA Tour has been postponed to Spring 2023

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