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Genres: Simulation, Sports
Play in every officially licensed tournament as any of the top 128 players in the world including: Mark Selby, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ding Junhui and legends of the sport like Ken Doherty and Jimmy White.
This is the most authentic simulation of the sport ever created, with TV-style presentation and commentary, true-to-life physics and advanced artificial intelligence.
BECOME A LEGEND
Make history and break records as you assume the career of your favourite snooker pro, or start a brand new journey fresh from the Q-School academy. Rise through the rankings, earn prize money, fill your trophy cabinet and unlock rewards on your way to the Hall of Fame.
EVERY OFFICIAL TOURNAMENT
Tour all 25 major snooker tournaments around the world in all of the venues, including the China Open at Beijing’s Olympic Gymnasium, The Masters at Alexandra Palace, and the pinnacle World Snooker Championship at the legendary Crucible Theatre.
ONLINE & OFFLINE MULTIPLAYER
Choose from a full suite of offline and online modes, from quick play online match-making to global online tournaments that link in real-time with the live World Snooker calendar. Plus fully customised matches of full snooker, 6-red and Shoot Out for both online and offline competition.
Snooker 19 Launch Trailer | PC | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch
Snooker 19 Trailer | PC | PS4 | Xbox One | Nintendo Switch
Snooker 19 is a solid snooker simulation that will definitely appeal to fans of the sport. The relative lack of modes and some major oversights do hold it back, and so it is difficult to recommend unreservedly. It might be Lab42's first attempt with the official license, but right now Snooker 19 feels too much like style over substance. Not so much a 147 as a battling 50 ending in an unfortunate in-off whilst amongst the reds.