Sony’s First Mobile Game Everybody’s Golf Opens Pre-Registrations Today; Gets New Trailer

Sony opens pre-registrations in Japan for its Everybody's Golf mobile game by ForwardWorks, also releasing a new trailer.

on June 1, 2017 11:29 PM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment’s mobile branch ForwardWorks opened pre-registrations in Japan for its first game, Minna No Golf (Everybody’s Golf).

Japanese gamers can pre-register via Twitter, Facebook or Line here. Bonuses provided as a reward will depend on the number of pre-registrations achieved.

The game will be free-to-play with the usual in-app purchases, and will launch on both iOS and Android. It will include different courses, plenty of character customization items and different clubs. Eight-player multiplayer will also be supported.

For the moment, the game has been announced only for Japan, and it will become available soon. Sony recently mentioned that its mobile business will focus on the Japanese and Asian market for the time being, waiting for results before possibly expanding to other regions.

ForwardWorks has sevral 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 and Summer Holiday 20th Century. A collaboration with Square Enix has also been teased, while Aida of Sky and Sea directed by Sakura Taisen creator Oji Hiroi will be the brand’s first original IP.

You can check out the new trailer below, and if your interest leans more towards the console version, you can also check out the game for PS4 that will launch on August 29th in North America and August 30th in Europe.

 /  Executive News Editor
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