Lacrosse 14 inbound from AFL, Rugby developer Big Ant Studios

Tuesday, 15th October 2013 01:44 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Leave no sport behind: Lacrosse 14 is headed to PC and current-gen consoles thanks to a crowdfunded sim.

Lacrosse 14 is a joint project from Big Ant Studios, the Australian team behind Rugby League Live 2 and AFL Live, and Pittsburgh-based crew Crosse Studio, which has produced half a dozen Lacrosse games so far, including licensed titles.

It’s headed to PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 assuming it can secure funding through a Kickstarter, due to launch in northern spring 2014. Rewards will include the opportunity to appear in-game.

The developers boast of “high quality graphics, multi-year dynasty mode, competitive online multiplayer,and in-depth character customisation”.

“Together, as a lacrosse community, we will create history by building a video game that captures the authenticity and realism of lacrosse like never before,” Cross Studio founder Carlo Sunseri said.



  1. Panthro

    I suppose if its crowd funded there must be a demand but Jesus, I never though I’d be seeing a lacrosse video game coming to any game system in this day and age haha.

    The player on the far left of the screenshot looks like a zombie.

    #1 1 year ago
  2. ctankep

    I was just going to post about “College Lacrosse 2012″ on XBLIG but it’s th’ same guy.
    Respect to Carlos ., he’s been working on this for years now.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. boothegreat

    Been playing Lacrosse for many years and this is really awesome to see! But i’m not surprised, this sport is getting more popular every single day, it’s a big deal now!

    #3 1 year ago

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