In a massive month for sports game releases such as MLB The Show 23 and WWE 2K23, EA Sports PGA Tour catches a delay just weeks before launch. Electronic Arts’ latest golf title is now slated for April 7.
EA Sports PGA Tour Delayed
With only a few short weeks left, EA Sports PGA Tour has been delayed from March 24 to April 7. While this delay isn’t that long, EA’s latest update states that the game needs to add the finishing touches and will now be released the same week the Masters Tournament tees off. You can check out the full statement from the PGA Tour publisher below.
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. 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.
In the last couple months we’ve shown all the great content we’ve packed into EA SPORTS PGA TOUR – the exclusive home of all men’s four majors – and we have a few more details to share in the weeks ahead. If you haven’t already, check out the deep dive videos on gameplay, including the all-new Pure Strike shot system, and the 30 bucket-list courses that will be available to play at launch. We’ll have more to come as we get closer to launch, so stay with us at @EASPORTSPGATOUR on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram for the latest updates.
EA Sports PGA Tour will be out on April 7 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. You can pre-order the game and gain early access on April 4.
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