PS4 Exclusive Everybody’s Golf Gets Tons of Gameplay Directly from Sony Japan Studio

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio wishes everyone happy Tanabata by showing a lot of gameplay of Everybody's Golf for PS4.

on July 7, 2017 12:10 PM

If you want to see a lot of gameplay of the upcoming Everybody’s Golf for PS4, you have come to the right place.

Today, the good folks at Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio showcased a pretty expensive look on gameplay in a livestream from Tokyo.

The video, that you can enjoy at the bottom of the show, begins with a report from E3, showing in and around Sony’s booth, with quite a few guest developers, then moves on to a retrospective on the Everybody’s Golf series.

At 01:28:13 we finally move on to gameplay, showing quite a few aspects of the game. We start with the lobby, and move on to the extensive character customization. Sony could basicall lift this up, put it in the PS4 operating system, and it’d have its own ready-made Mii/Avatar system.

Of course, we also get to see a lot of golfing, cart driving, a bit of exploration of the game’s amenities and more. It certainly looks like a very extensive game.

Incidentally, if you’re wondering about the bamboo with the paper slips, that’s a tradition to celebrate Tanabata. Today marks the beginning of the celebrations of the meeting of Vega and Altair in the sky (representing the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi), and one of the traditions bound to the festivities is to hang wishes written on paper slips to bamboo branches.

If you want to see more, you can enjoy a recent trailer, and watch another from April, and a third, still from April.

Just a couple of days ago, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s mobile arm Forwardworks also launched a game for iOS and Android in Japan. The game already got past the first million downloads in two days.

Everybody’s Golf launches exclusively for PS4 on August 29th in North America, August 30th in Europe, and August 31st in Japan.

 /  Executive News Editor
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