Everybody’s Golf VR Heading To Japan In 2019

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The Japanese PlayStation Blog has revealed a new Everybody’s Golf game. Clap Hanz and Japan Studio are working on Everybody’s Golf VR. It is a PlayStation VR game for one person that should arrive in 2019.


In Everybody’s Golf VR, players will head out on the course and play golf. It will be PlayStation Move compatible. Only one golf course and caddy have been revealed so far. The course is one with sand traps, a water hazard around the hold, and cherry blossom trees. It appears the caddy who will help on the course is named Rico.


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Everybody’s Golf VR will come to the PlayStation VR in Japan in 2019. A website is now open.

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