Publisher 2K Games today announced an exclusive partnership with Tiger Woods. With the multi-year deal, the famous golfer will return to the cover of upcoming titles. Between 1998 and 2013, Tiger Woods was the face of EA's PGA Tour franchise. In the meantime, however, the license is in the hands of 2K, who launched a new game last year with PGA Tour 2K21. We also took a close look at the simulation in the test.

Tiger Woods will also be involved in the project as Executive Director in the future. The golfer is currently recovering from the consequences of his serious car accident in February. When we will see Tiger Woods on the cover is currently unknown. The publisher has not yet officially confirmed PGA Tour 2K22. The HB Studios team will again be responsible for the development. The studio has now been officially taken over by 2K Games.

Before the release of PGA Tour 2K21, HB Studios made a name for themselves with The Golf Club. Now the makers will probably be able to work on new golf games with 2K Games and Tiger Woods in the future. The current offshoot of the PGA series has already sold over two million times for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia. In line with the announcement of the partnership with Tiger Woods, 2K has published a short video that we have included below the message. We'll keep you up to date with news.

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