Tiebreak: Release window, early access, expected licenses, more

Franco Diaz
Alexander Zverev Tiebreak

The ATP, WTA, and Nacon, are working together on Tiebreak, the new tennis game that aims to be the most comprehensive and realistic of all. Here’s everything we know so far, including the early access period, expected licenses, platforms, and more.

Tiebreak is the new tennis game being developed by Nacon, is called the “official game of the ATP and the WTA,” and has the support of the ATP and WTA, the global associations for male and female tennis players, respectively.

This new game will compete head-to-head with 2K Games’ TopSpin 2K25. However, Nacon seems to be a few steps ahead and has launched the early access period so that players can contribute their feedback for a better development of the final version of Tiebreak.

Here’s everything you need to know about Tiebreak, including the early access period, the expected platforms, licenses, and more.

Tiebreak release window

On Tiebreak’s Steam page, devs have only stated that the final release on all platforms will be “later in 2024.” Considering the early access roadmap, fans can expect the Tiebreak’s release after June 2024.

Originally, Tiebreak was scheduled to be released on January 11, 2024. However, in a statement, the dev team explained that they “have fallen a little short and it [the game] will be released in January 2024,” but in an early access version.

Tiebreak early access details

Tiebreak’s early access period started on January 18, and it’s only available for PC players through Steam at the moment. If you want to play the Tiebreak early access, you must head to its Steam page, purchase the game, and download it.

Nacon plan to take advantage of the community feedback to develop the tennis game as complete and realistic as possible. Also, the devs have published the early access roadmap where they confirm new in-game additions for the upcoming months like new licensed players, game modes, and more.

Tiebreak: Expected platforms

Nacon have only confirmed that the final version of Tiebreak will be available on PC. However, it’s also expected to be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

This is based on the fact that Nacon were the developer of other tennis games like Tennis World Tour 2 and AO Tennis 2, which were released on all the mentioned consoles.

However, these are just speculations, so fans will have to wait for an official statement from the developers regarding the available platforms.

Tiebreak: Expected licenses

Tiebreak has the support of the ATP and the WTA, so it is expected that Nacon’s new game will feature all professional tennis players, as well as the four Grand Slams tournaments and some of lower caliber such as the ATP and WTA 1000, 500, and 250 tournaments.

On Tiebreak’s Steam page, Nacon posted some screenshots of the game where we can appreciate how it looks like some professional tennis players such as Nick Kyrgios, Naomi Osaka, and Alexander Zverev.

Nick Kyrgios Tiebreak

That’s everything you need to know about Tiebreak. We’ll make sure to update this page once Nacon reveal more information about the tennis game.

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About The Author

Franco is a CharlieIntel Writer who plays lots of FPS and sports games. After graduating in Sports Journalism in Argentina, Franco freelanced in esports journalism covering main tournaments of CS:GO, VALORANT and League of Legends. Franco joined CharlieIntel in June 2023 and you can contact him at [email protected].