Written by Magnus S on November 6th, 2018.
The sequel to The Golf Club 2 will be published on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 13th, 2018. The player will be provided with “a whole host of new and improved content and features across all aspects of the game, from single-player to online play and the award-winning course designer”. The Golf Club 2019 includes more modes and features than its predecessor, such as Alt-Shot and skins.
It brings six real-world courses to the game in addition to thousands created by existing users. Cross-platform sharing allows the player to share his courses with players who play the game on other platforms. The Character Editor includes a large amount of new character customization options such as licensed apparel, brand integration, new club heads and much more. A rewarding Career Rivals mode can make you become the number one golf professional in the world!
The Golf Club 2019 appears realistic and emphasizes its attention to small details. The integration of SpeedTree technology ensures higher quality gameplay. The landscapes are fascinating. The animations look natural. Improved ball physics and swing mechanics, optimized dynamic shadows, and other visual details increase the game’s level of realism. Keep an eye out for The Golf Club 2019 releasing later this month.
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