Cricket 22 has today launched its 1.10 update, so here’s the full list of changes and fixes with this patch. While not exactly plentiful as far as total changes go, there are a few impactful ones coming with today’s update. As an example, the ability to edit both home and away lineups in Competition mode is now available, which should be great for those looking to build the perfect team in that mode! One other thing that should be noted is that the build numbers vary based on what platform you’re playing Cricket 22 on. We’ll be sure to list each build’s number prior to the patch notes themselves. Without further adieu, here’s everything new with the 1.10 update for Cricket 22!
Cricket 22 1.10 Update Patch Notes
Build Numbers: Xbox Series X 1510, Xbox One 1513, Steam 1511, PS4 EU 1512, PS4 US 1515, PS5 15o8
- Moved Western Australia 5th test to Blundstone Arena in Tasmania
- Added ability to edit both home and away lineups in Competition mode
- Adjusted sound within Career mode
- Added music into Career Hub
- Corrected Academy date of birth entry issue
- Improved general stability
And that’s about it! Like said, there isn’t much here for those wanting something completely new for Cricket 22. Though with that being said, each of these changes are welcome. Music in the Career hub can be a good mood setter for example, and the Western Australia 5th test being moved is a decently large change. That, and general stability improvements are never bad for those wanting a smooth and uniform experience. You just shouldn’t expect the whole nine yards when it comes to gameplay changes is all. Considering this update comes so soon after Christmas, I’m sure no one’s surprised, but we can hopefully see some more heavy-hitting changes make their way into the next update!