Augusta National is back in a video game.

Coming March 24, EA Sports PGA Tour will launch on all platforms, bringing EA Sports back into the golf video game realm. The last EA Sports golf game launched in 2015 with Rory McIlroy PGA Tour.

On Thursday, EA Sports launched a trailer featuring the game’s new elements. EA Sports PGA Tour will be the exclusive home of all four men’s majors, including the Masters.

Players will be able to compete in the Masters, PGA Championship, U.S. Open and Open Championship at numerous host courses, including all 2021 and 2022 venues. The 2023 ones will also be released at a later date. Additionally, players can compete in the top amateur championships including the Augusta National Women’s Amateur, the U.S. Amateur and other elite international amateur events. Players can also compete in the LPGA’s Amundi Evian Championship

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Jordan Spieth hitting from a bunker at Augusta National. (Photo: EA Sports PGA Tour)

EA Sports PGA Tour will also have additional content throughout the 2023 PGA Tour and LPGA seasons.

“We’re bringing the premier PGA Tour experience to players around the world with real-world golf data powering incredibly realistic gameplay with every shot and some of the most iconic courses in the world rendered in painstaking detail,” Cam Weber, EA Sports’ EVP and GM, said in a release. “From The Old Course at St Andrews Links to Pebble Beach Golf Links and more, we’re giving players the chance to tee off in bucket list golf experiences like never before.”

The Players Championship and all three events of the FedEx Cup Playoffs will be in the game. As part of the career mode, top golfers at the end of the year will be given the opportunity to win the FedEx Cup.

Players will be able to create and customize a golfer and develop their skills. With 20 shot types available as players progress in the game, they can enhance their skill set for driving, approach, short game, or putting, depending on their style.

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Tony Finau hitting from the fairway at Pebble Beach. (Photo: EA Sports PGA Tour)

Players can also play as several female athletes and create a female golfer in the overhauled Create-A-Player feature. They can participate in a series of LPGA-themed challenges and events. Iona Stephen joins the EA commentary team as the first female on-course commentator in-game, bringing her experienced insights from both playing professionally and working in golf broadcasting.

ShotLink and TrackMan data will also be incorporated to give players accurate rankings of skills.

Pre-orders for EA Sports PGA Tour are available now. Price will be $69.99 for the standard edition and $84.99 for the deluxe edition, which gives players access to numerous add-ons, like three-day early access to the game and Augusta National, Players Championship gear, the Grand Slam gear bundle, a Scotty Cameron putter in-game, 1,500 premium PGA Tour points, a PGA Tour XP Bundle and Masters gear.

EA Play members will also receive early access to the game, starting with a 10-hour early access trial on March 21. EA Play Pro members will enjoy unlimited access to the deluxe edition – as well as the exclusive EA Play Staff Bag – starting March 21. Lastly, all EA Play members will unlock additional bonuses for EA Sports PGA Tour, with monthly drops of pro shop perks such as exclusive headcovers, shirts, hats and more.

EA Sports PGA Tour will be available on Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5 and PC (EA App, Steam and Epic Games Store).

You can watch the official gameplay trailer here.