Don Bradman Cricket 17 looks like no dibbly dobbly as\u00a0Big Ant Studios\u00a0reveal a packed\u00a0feature list. In addition to the already-announced female players, the forthcoming\u00a0Don Bradman Cricket 17\u00a0will also offer an improved career mode, new character creation options, improved bowling and fielding mechanics, improved\u00a0commentary and new a statistics suite. The new\u00a0career\u00a0mode has been significantly\u00a0expanded, with players now able to star in the lower leagues before making it to the top. As with\u00a0the career modes in EA Sports' titles, players\u00a0will\u00a0age, retire, get injured, and\u00a0have dips in form\u00a0as their career progresses. Players can also\u00a0play as the whole team in if they choose to. Updates to the bowling mechanics include an effort to make spin bowling more similar in execution to pace bowling, maintaining the experience across both kinds of bowling.\u00a0And\u00a0players can take a more hands-on role with the fielding during matches\u00a0with new\u00a0mechanics that handle infield and\u00a0slips catching. Big Ant CEO, Ross Symons, said: \u201cWe really wanted to approach Don Bradman Cricket 17 as a response to fan requests. Each of the features that have been added or improved in this new game addresses our most frequently requested updates. We would like to thank all of our fans for the support over the years, and we can\u2019t wait to get your thoughts on this latest release.\u201d To\u00a0get a\u00a0taste of\u00a0the final game you can\u00a0download and play 'Nets' mode for free on Steam. Don Bradman Cricket 17 will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One\u00a0in mid-December, 2016.