Update (Thu 14th May, 2020 13:30 BST): It's official! PGA Tour 2K21 is coming to Xbox One on August 21, 2020, and you can watch the new trailer above. The game is available for pre-order over at the Microsoft Store in both standard and Digital Deluxe variants, with the latter including various cosmetics and an additional 2300 currency.

Play against the pros. Play with your crew. In PGA TOUR 2K21, you can play by the rules or create your own featuring a new PGA TOUR Career Mode, licensed courses and more!


Original Story (Thu 14th May, 2020 09:45 BST): The recently announced PGA Tour 2K21 is getting a full reveal today, and it looks like some details might have been released early via the Microsoft Store. According to a Twitter user who shared screenshots of the Microsoft Store page, the game will be dropping on August 21, 2020.

The description notes that the game will feature an all-new PGA Tour career mode, the ability to play against 12 top PGA Tour pros, new courses and much more. Additionally, you'll be able to create your own MyPLAYER with branded equipment and apparel, as well as continue to build courses with thousands of custom options, make your own rules with Online Societies, and play a variety of local and online matches including Alt-Shot, Stroke Play and Skins.

PGA Tour presentation elements will also be present, featuring "slick graphics, dynamic cut-scenes and a seamless replay system," complete with play-by-play commentary from Luke Elvy and Rich Beem.

Furthermore, it looks like the cover star for the game will be former World Number One Justin Thomas, marking his first appearance as a cover athlete for a PGA Tour game.

It's worth noting that we haven't been able to find PGA Tour 2K21 ourselves on the Microsoft Store at the time of writing, but the cover image lines up with the tease 2K provided on Twitter yesterday. We're pretty sure this one is real, but we'll provide further confirmation following the official reveal later today.

Are you looking forward to PGA Tour 2K21? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

[source twitter.com]