Team17 and Blacklight Interactive have announced that the popular Golf with Your Friends will be releasing on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch in 2020, though there’s no actual release date, so it could be anytime.
Golf With Your Friends isn’t your typical golf game. This is no Tiger Woods, but instead, it’s a mini-golf game that can be played by up to 12 players in multiplayer madness. It’s been in Steam Early Access for a while now and has received very positive reviews from players and critics alike, so it looks like we’re in for a good time when Golf With Your Friends does release on PS4.
Kailan Clark, Lead Developer from Blacklight Interactive said: “We are thrilled to announce Golf With Your Friends is making its way onto consoles. We’re excited for players to get their hands on our game and have fun playing golf with their friends!”
Max Everingham, Head of Publishing Team17 said: “After the amazing success of Golf With Your Friends on Steam Early Access, Team17 is excited to offer you the chance to play crazy golf with up to 11 of your friends on console”
- Friendly competition: Players can ‘putt’ their skills to the test against 11 people in online multiplayer.
- Golf, with a view: Normal golf greens are so last year, Golf With Your Friends offers more than 10 unique courses, each with their own theme and location.
- Super-powered golf: Players can hinder their friends progress with powerups available in custom game modes. Throw down honey, turn their ball into a square, or freeze them on the spot to take the lead and drive a wedge between friends.
- Multiple game modes: Sometimes golf is just golf, and sometimes it’s golf with a basketball hoop or a hockey goal – both game modes are available alongside the classic mini golf mode.
- Fabulous golf: Rock the fairway in style, with unlockable skins, hats and trails for the golf balls.
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