'Ashes Cricket' has been announced for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

England's Joe Root

England's Joe Root

The upcoming game - slated for release on the two consoles in November later this year - is being created using photogrammetry technology, which will result in photo-real likenesses of the entire men's and women's Australian and English cricket teams.

Big Ant Studios have promised big things from their first fully-licensed title.

Announcing the exciting project, the company's CEO Ross Symons said: "There is no competition in cricket that has the heritage and prestige of the Ashes competition.

"We've worked hard to build on our existing experience with cricket to deliver a truly realistic game of cricket to our fans."

That's not all, with Big Ant have also vowed to bring back all of their "much-loved features" from previous cricket games.

As well, players will be able to create their own cricketers, teams, stadiums and logos.

A spokesperson added to Daily Star Online: "They'll also be able to create their own competitions and types of matches, from a short, furious five over match, right through to extended, multi-nation Test match tours.

"Additionally, players will be able to enjoy a comprehensive career mode that allows them to take their own customised junior cricketer all the way to the ultimate dream; captaining their country to Ashes victory."

Symons has promised to "remain true" to the brand's past, while giving a fantastic experience of the sporting competition.

He added: "Time and time again players tell us the feature they love most about our cricket games is the deep customisation options" he added.

"We have produced a true Ashes Cricket game, through and through, but we've also made sure that our heritage in sports games remains true."