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Build those strikes when PBA Pro Bowling 2023 hits PC and consoles


If you are a fan of lanes and get nothing but the pleasure of a strike, then PBA Pro Bowling 2023 will take up too much of your free time.

Resulting from PBA Pro Bowling in 2019 and then PBA Pro Bowling 2021 2021 sees the release of the third iteration of the PBA Pro Bowling franchise, PBA Pro Bowling 2023 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch and PC.

It launches at £24.99 and promises to be nothing less than the best bowling game ever. At least that’s the hope of Farsight Studios – and us, to be honest, because we really want to have a decent 10-pinner on the market – as a full-fledged single-player career mode looks set to play alongside a host of online matches, tournaments and more.

Marketed as the most realistic and authentic bowling game of all time, as the name suggests, it is a game closely associated with the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA in the name) featuring over thirty of the best real world professional bowlers. .

Throw in some in-game communications and broadcast-style presentations, and PBA Pro Bowling 2023 could very well be the best bowling title on Xbox, PlayStation, Switch or PC. We certainly hope it builds on the PBA Pro Bowling 2021 offering.

We’ll review it as soon as we can, but in the meantime you can grab a copy of PBA Pro Bowling 2023 for yourself by heading over to a site like The Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. You’ll also be able to build strikes on PlayStation, Switch and PC.

Game description:

The ultimate bowling game returns with PBA Pro Bowling 2023! Become a PBA legend with a completely redesigned single-player career mode, or compete in online matches and tournaments against your friends and opponents as yourself or as any of the best PBA bowlers today. This is the most realistic and authentic bowling game! PBA Pro Bowling 2023 is officially licensed by the Professional Bowlers Association and features over 30 of the best pros in the game today, along with in-game commentary from the broadcast team of Rob Stone and Hall of Famer Randy Pederson.

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