Everybody’s Golf Receives Launch Trailer; Developers Release Helpful Tips for Succeeding on the Golf Course
One of PlayStation’s most beloved franchises, Hot Shots, returns tomorrow as the newly refined Everbody’s Golf!
The game will be packed with content including loads of challenges, character customization options, and a ton of game modes to choose from. Earlier today, Sony released a new launch trailer for the game, check it out down below:
In addition to the new launch trailer, the PlayStation Blog has released some helpful tips from the developers themselves. Down below you can find some of the tips that will ensure you to succeed on the golf course.
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.
Character and Equipment Upgrades
Once you’re feeling more comfortable with your shot repertoire, we suggest you move on to Tournament mode* so you can upgrade your equipment and boost your character’s attributes. As you progress through Challenges in this game mode, you will face rival characters and earn handsome rewards like better clubs, upgraded balls, more outfits, cheery spectators… everything you need to improve your game.
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.
While Everybody’s Golf characters are customizable from head to toe, we’ve created a tool so you can copy character designs from those avatars you meet on the course when you play online*. So, if you happen to meet some friends and you just have to have their look, try the Avatar Copy feature by selecting the options button on your DS4 to see a list of players in your course. Find a character you want to copy, and simply chose Copy Character. You can copy any character so long as the player has enabled the Copy Character option.
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