Cricket 19

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Minimum System Requirements

Processor : Core i5-3rd Gen.
Graphics Card : 2 GB DDR3 Dx11
RAM : 4 GB
Setup Size : 26 GB
Genre : Cricket
Release Year : 2019

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Cricket 19 is a 2019 cricket video game developed by Big Ant Studios in collaboration with Maximum Games. It is the official video game of the 2019 Ashes series of cricket matches, and the (first) sequel to the 2017 game Ashes CricketCricket 19 was released for PlayStation 4Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 28 May 2019 and similarly, some weeks later, 31 July for Microsoft Windows via the Steam client. It was announced that Cricket 19 will be added to the Xbox Game Pass on October 22, 2020. Cricket 19 is the second Big Ant Studios cricket game released for the Nintendo Switch, the first having been Big Bash Boom.

Gameplay

Cricket 19 introduces a new game mode called scenario mode that allows players to begin a match in any predetermined situation.[7] The game also allows users to play through the men’s ODI, T20 and test world cups, and women’s ODI and T20 world cups. However, these lacked any ICC sponsorships. Features like match, tour and competition designers are also included which allows the user to format to their needs.

Reception

On the review aggregator Metacritic, the PlayStation 4 version of Cricket 19 received a score of 73 out of 100, based on 13 critics, indicating “mixed or average reviews”.[8]

Cricket 19 received critical praise for improved presentation, features and accurately representing the game of cricket, with IGN scoring it 8/10. However, it did receive some negative comments for glitches, and for being too similar to the previous Big Ant cricket game, Ashes Cricket.

Licensing

AustraliaAustralia WomenEngland and England Women are fully licensed with accurate kits and player faces. Australian domestic teams are also fully licensed.[9] The game also includes licensed depictions of all host venues of the 2019 Ashes series – EdgbastonLord’sHeadingleyOld Trafford, and The Oval. Unlicensed teams include those of India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, West Indies, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.[10] Despite the lack of licensing, users are able to download these teams as they have been created by other users on the in-game academy.