Everybody’s Golf x Level-5 20th Anniversary collaboration trailer

Dress up as popular Level-5 characters.

Everybody's Golf

Sony Interactive Entertainment and Clap Hanz have released the trailer for its newly announced Everybody’s Golf x Level-5 20th anniversary collaboration.

The collaboration will consist of the following events (dates are specific to Japan):

  • Collaboration National Tournament: “Level-5 20th Anniversary Collaboration Cup” Round One
    • Round One Preliminaries: June 5 to 11
    • Round One Finals: June 11 to 18
  • Collaboration National Tournament: “Level-5 20th Anniversary Collaboration Cup” Round Two
    • Round Two Preliminaries: June 22 to 29
    • Round Two Finals: June 29 to July 6

Users who participate in the collaboration tournaments will be able to get costumes of Jibanyan and Komasan from the Yo-kai Watch series, Professor Layton from the Professor Layton series, Evan and Tani from the Ni no Kuni series, Toan and Xiao from Dark Cloud, and White Knight from the White Knight Chronicles series.

Three golf carts in the style of Katrielle from the Professor Layton series, Jibanyan, and White Knight will also be released as a downloadable content set for 500 yen.

Everybody’s Golf is available now for PlayStation 4.

Watch the trailer below.

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