Everybody’s Golf is ramping up for its release date tomorrow, and Japan Studio released a lot of information about the arcade golf game on the PlayStation.Blog. First and foremost it’s important to note that there’s been a change in how previous Hot Shot Golf titles handled putting–now instead of only two controller taps, you need three, so it may take a bit to get used to. Also, there are a bunch of different things to try in Everybody’s Golf, which will be explained below.
First though, here’s the launch trailer for Everybody’s Golf:
Now, let’s get into some game information:
Before you jump into an online Turf War battle* and play for bragging rights with your buddies, we recommend you hop into Solo Stroke mode. In Solo Stroke play, you’ll be able to play all of the courses without pestering friends trying to distract you from sinking your birdie putt!
Take your time, study the greens on each hole, perfect your backspin, approach shots and master the franchise’s three-click shot mechanic so when you hop into the game’s more challenging multiplayer modes, you’ll have a leg up on the competition.
Outside the Tee-Box Activities
With an open world that players are free to explore at their leisure, you’ll connect with up to 50 players when you play online*. And if you hadn’t already heard, Everybody’s Golf has plenty of fun activities that you can participate in when you need a break from the links.
You’ll unlock Fishing and Golf Carts as you improve your skill level and beat rival characters while progressing through the five available Open Courses. Once you’ve unlocked Fishing and Golf Carts, you can pick up your fishing gear at the counter by the pond and golf carts will magically appear by pressing the triangle button while walking the course.
There’s plenty more information on the PlayStation.Blog!
Everybody’s Golf will release tomorrow, August 29, on the PlayStation 4. Look forward to out review soon!