First PlayStation Mobile Game Everybody’s Golf Passes a Million Download in Two Days

Sony Interactive Entertainment's first mobile game Everybody's Golf is off to a solid start in Japan.

on July 6, 2017 4:37 AM

It has been only two days since the release in Japan of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s first Android and iOS game Everybody’s Golf, published by the house of PlayStation’s mobile arm Forwardworks.

Apparently. things are going well, and the game was downloaded over a million times in this short time frame.

In order to celebrate, player that log into the game between today and July 13th will receive a commemorative gift, in the form of 10,000 coins and five prize tickets. The start time of the event today is yet unknown, but players will receive in-app message and the gift will be located in the gift box menu.

Sony recently revealed that its mobile business will focus on the Japanese and Asian markets for the time being, and then expansion to other regions will be considered depending on the results in Asia.

ForwardWorks has several games planned after Everybody’s Golf, including What Did I Do To Deserve This, My Lord?, Arc the Lad, Wild Arms, Dokodemo Issho, PaRappa the Rapper andSummer Holiday 20th Century. A game developed in collaboration with Square Enix has also been announced, but not revealed just yet, while Aida of Sky and Sea directed by Sakura Taisen creator Oji Hiroi will be the brand’s first original IP.

Those who prefer console games won’t have much longer to wait for their own game, as the latest Everybody’s Golf title for PS4 will release on August 29th in North America and on August 30th in Europe.

 

 /  Executive News Editor
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