July 21st, 2006, 22:18 Posted By: wraggster
Brian Lara International Cricket is stepping up to the crease once again in a 2007 edition that's heading to PS2, Xbox 360 and PC, Codemasters has announced this morning.
The game will launch in March next year to coincide with the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, and cricket fans will no doubt be pleased to hear the sequel features - officially, no less - ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 content.
Brian Lara 2007 will build on the gameplay witnessed in the previous title (Brian Lara International Cricket 2005), according to Codemasters, with a promise that "extra depth" will be added to batting, bowling and fielding. The game engine is being revamped and licensed players, official teams, stadia, kits and equipment from the ICC 2007 tournament are being stuffed in.
In addition, fans can expect a fully licensed ICC Champions' Trophy competition and exhibition matches including One Day Games, Test Matches and exciting 20-over run fests. Plus, PC and Xbox 360 versions of the title will release with multiplayer, LAN and online for the former platform and Xbox Live action for the latter.
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