EA Sports PGA Tour is set to hit the shelves in early April, but not after yet another delay in the release date as the game's launch will now align with the Masters Tournament.
An extra two weeks to wait pales in comparison with the year delay we have had to deal with, but it is still a source of frustration to golf fans.
Find out what platforms you can get involved with EA Sports PGA Tour on below.
EA Sports PGA Tour is only available on next-gen/current-gen platforms.
A next-gen exclusive, there is no further information on whether the game will be released on PS4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch in the future.
The game can run at 30 fps, 60 fps, or unlocked framerate on PC, however, on a console, it will only run at 30 fps.
A statement on the official website reads as follows:
We understand that some players have a strong visual preference for higher framerate in their video games and we’ve heard community feedback surrounding the fps of the game on console. As a result, we’re examining the ability to add it into the game in the future.
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In another blow to golf fans, EA Sports has now confirmed that the release date of EA Sports PGA Tour has suffered another setback.
The good news is this delay is much shorter, with the launch pushed back two weeks and now lining up with the Masters Tournament in early April.
Early Access will still be available for fans, with certain pre-orders offering the chance to play the game from Tuesday, 4 April.
The worldwide launch will go live on Friday, 7 April, allowing EA to add the finishing touches to their new game.
You will be able to play EA Sports PGA Tour on all next-gen platforms, which obviously includes the PS5.
The Standard Edition of the game will set you back £69.99 / $69.99, while the Digital Deluxe Edition is priced at £84.99 / $84.99.
Pre-ordering the Digital Deluxe Edition of EA Sports PGA Tour will provide you with an early access period, along with several other perks.
Either way, the graphics for EA Sports PGA Tour on PS5 are insane!
Xbox Series X|S
We can't imagine there will be many differences, if any, between EA Sports PGA Tour on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
Alongside incredible graphics, EA Sports PGA Tour includes Pure Strike powered by ShotLink, allowing fans to play each hole as realistically as possible.
The new mechanic tracks backswing length and follow-through speed which creates the most realistic swing experience.
This also includes innovative ball behaviour which allows each shot to behave more accurately across a variety of terrains and conditions.
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EA Sports PGA Tour will be available for PC users with the same editions of the game available as on PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.
The game will be available on the EA App, Steam, and Epic Games Store, so your preferred options will likely be available.
This is the only golf game to feature the majors, with The Masters, PGA Championship, U.S. Open Championship, and The Open all exclusive to EA's new title.
There are 30 courses to choose from at launch, and each is re-created to perfection, particularly the famous Augusta course with the use of EA's Frostbite Engine.
READ MORE: EA Sports PGA Tour Courses
Feel the Action
While the graphics in the game are set to be incredible, you will also get a complete golfing experience thanks to a range of 20 shot types in the game.
From a huge Power Drive to a delicate Chip, the choice is yours as you take on some of golf's most famous courses.
EA has released a Shot Types Deep Dive which outlines the pros and cons of each shot.
Find out more about the 20 Shot Types.