Snooker 19 is the first licenced snooker game in many years, bringing 128 of the world’s top players to PC (and consoles) for the first time. In our first Snooker 19 gameplay we find out about new tech, physics, multiplayer, online tournaments, difficulty settings and how digitising the player can throw them off their game. Snooker 19 releases on 19 April. This video was recorded as part of the EGX Rezzed 2019’s RPS Sessions, powered by XSplit ( and supported by RIG Gaming ( and GamesPlanet (
This isn’t a Snooker 19 review, but an introduction to the game’s many features. It’s been a long time since we had a proper snooker game, so it’s good to see how tech has improved the physics and allowed for a more accurate game. So accurate it could be used as a trainer, according to some players. Watch this Snooker 19 PC gameplay and judge it for yourself.
We’ll probably have a Snooker 19 review on the site closer to release, but for now enjoy these early Snook 19 impressions. And please don’t judge Matthew’s lack of snooker know-how – he can’t be an expert on everything. (Is he an expert of anything – ed.)
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