Everybody’s Golf for PS4 launches August 29 in North America, August 30 in Europe

Golf game given new title for western release.

Everybody's Golf

Everybody’s Golf, previously titled New Hot Shots Golf in North America and New Everybody’s Golf in Europe, will launch for PlayStation 4 in North America on August 29 and Europe on August 30, Sony Interactive Entertainment announced.

The golfing game was dated in Japan earlier this week for an August 31 release.

Everybody’s Golf is now available for pre-order from the PlayStation Store for $39.99. Users who pre-order the game will receive the following items:

Instantly downloadable upon pre-order purchase:

  • Everybody’s Golf Original Avatar

Available on Day 1:

  • The 20th Anniversary Course
  • Rabbit Mascot Costume x1
  • Unique shirt x2
  • Premium Kart x1
  • PlayStation 4 Dynamic Theme x1

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via Sony:

Everybody’s Golf is a new game for PS4! Anybody can play golf with basically only three button clicks. Now you can experience golf with a variety of character customizations, fishing, and karting across the courses. You can develop your skills with the challenge mode and compete with other players globally through the online mode.

Enjoy golf your way!

Sony also confirmed that a closed online test will be held at the end of May. That was announced yesterday in Japan as running from May 26 to May 28, so it may the same dates in the west.

Watch a new trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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