Tru Blu Entertainment's Cricket 14 has become Don Bradman Cricket 14.
Developed by BigAnt Studios, Don Bradman Cricket 14 is heading to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC later this year.
"It is indeed an honour to be able to bring the greatest player to a technology savvy generation of fans in what promises to be the greatest cricket game of all time," said Sebastian Giompaolo, Managing Director for HES, which publishes under the Tru Blu label.
"Big Ant Studios have been working hard on this title for four years and we at HES are really excited with what they have been able to achieve. It is far superior to any cricket game in the market."
Don Bradman Cricket 14 includes a full career mode beginning as a young player aspiring to play at international level.
It promises more realistic ball physics with improved batting controls and line and length bowling without pitch markers.
The Appeal and Electronic Review system allows players to challenge umpire decisions, based on the controversial DRS system we've seen come into question during the Ashes.
Online matches can be suspended and saved, so you can play full tests in multiple sessions.
A release date has not been confirmed.