First PlayStation Mobile Game Everybody’s Golf Gets New Trailer Showing Character Customization

Forwardworks released a new trailer of its new mobile game Everybody’s Golf, showing a staple of the series: character customization.

on July 7, 2017 5:58 PM

Character customization is a classic staple of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s iconic series Everybody’s Golf, and today the company’s mobile arm Forwardworks released a new trailer of its newly-released (in Japan) game for iOS and Android.

The trailer shows exactly what it says on the tin, walking the viewer through the customization of a character, not just on the visual side, but also for skills and abilities.

The game was recently launched in Japan, and it took just two days to reach a million downloads. This is fairly promising, considering that Sony has decided to wait and see the results in Japan and Asia before they consider expanding the mobile business in the west.

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 by Square Enix has also been announced, but no details have been provided 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 favor home console games won’t need to wait much longer for a game more familiar to their taste, as the latest Everybody’s Golf title for PS4 will launch on August 29th in North America and on August 30th in Europe.

 /  Executive News Editor
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