Disney India has announced the launch of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 for PC, iOS and Android devices.
The launch took place at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) where former Australian bowler Brett Lee and Indian commentator Harsha Bhogle were on hand to help launch the new game. ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 boasts “as close to real” cricket simulation gaming, with over 25 in-game camera angles to capture every angle of play.
Players are able to earn, collect and trade players to create their own fantasy team, which include 14 official ICC World Cup 2015 teams with real players like Michael Clarke, James Anderson, MS Dhoni and more available. Players will be able to experience multiples modes, including ICC Cricket World Cup Tournament, World Tour Mode and Quick Play, while experiencing motion captured animation to bring a “real cricketing experience” to players.
The iOS and Android version will differ from the PC release. The “cut down” mobile release will be free-to-play, with optional in-app purchases available. The PC version of ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is now available for USD$9.99 on Pro Cricket 2015.