afl 23 xbox release date

AFL 23 was first delayed on both PlayStation and Xbox from April 13th to May 4th, and it eventually ended up launching on PS5 and PS4 on May 4th, however the Xbox version was nowhere to be seen. The delay lasted from April 13th through May 4th. After then, it was revealed that the Xbox version would debut in the middle to late part of June; however, the release date has been pushed back significantly.

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afl 23 xbox release date

It has now been established that the Xbox version will be distributed to retailers at the end of July or the beginning of August. This is anywhere from six to eight weeks away, which is a significant portion of the way through the AFL season.

AFL 23 XBOX Announcement: "We will be distributing XBox disks to retailers at the end of July/Early August. As we get closer to that time, we will have a more definitive date." Big Ant made this announcement in a statement that was posted on Twitter. We are extremely grateful to the Xbox community for their continued support and understanding.

The game received a score of five out of ten points from us, and our review stated, "AFL 23 is inconsistent in its attempts to emulate the most complicated sport on the planet." It earns six stars because it provides what is perhaps the best gameplay we've ever seen, but it falls short of the mark when it comes to presenting a comprehensive and robust package.

This is the most recent setback in a string of delays for the football game; the original release date for AFL 23 was April, but it was pushed back to May, and then the Xbox version was pushed back again, this time until June.

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The delay from April to May was caused by a shortage of physical copies of the game on consoles; however, the reason for the delay of the Xbox release until June was never explained. It would appear at this point that the excuse of a physical disc has been reintroduced into this newly introduced delay.

According to a tweet posted by Big Ant, the company will begin shipping Xbox disks to shops at the end of July or the beginning of August. "As we get closer to that time, we will have a more definitive date," the company added. "We are extremely grateful to the XBox [sic] community for their continued support and understanding."

The troubled video game, which had previously been made available on Windows PCs through Steam and on PlayStation, was released in a state that was highly deficient. Even though the game has had a number of updates since its initial release, and even though it is now far more reliable than it was in the past, we do not recommend buying it at this time.

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