Big Ant Studios has announced Don Bradman Cricket 17, the follow up to Don Bradman Cricket 14 heading to PS4, Xbox One and PC this December.
The sports sim promises to be "the most authentic and realistic" cricket game yet, featuring a brand new lighting system that creates "photo-realistic skin tones" and "the most true-to-life characters yet".
Additional player customisation tools are promised, too, with users now able to customise their squad with tattoos and import players from Don Bradman 14.
"The first Don Bradman Cricket got us off to a great start, providing players with an authentic, exciting game of cricket that allowed them to feel like they were standing in the middle of the oval, right on the pitch," said Big Ant CEO Ross Symons. "Now, we're taking that realism further with the advanced new engine we have developed this year."
To coincide with the announcement, the developer has also released an Academy demo on PC that lets players customise their squad and create a team ahead of the game's release. To grab it, head through to Steam. It isn't yet clear whether the Academy demo will also arrive on console in the future.
"Home Entertainment Suppliers is proud to be publishing the most authentic and realistic cricket game that we have ever seen," said HES Managing Director Sebastian Giompaolo. "This game is bigger and better than the previous release in every way, and we look forward to sharing more details about innovations to the cricket genre in the lead up to its release."