Sony tightens the timeframe around the release window for Everybody’s Golf VR to Spring 2019

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Sony recently posted an updated list of game release timeframes to their official Blog and we couldn’t help but notice that the vague “2019” date that was previously used during the announcement for their much anticipated VR golfing adventure has been tightened to “Spring 2019” – so sooner, rather than later!

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They again reiterate on the page that you can use both the analogue stick (very awkwardly we imagine) or the Move controller for the game, but haven’t given away much more than that.

Déraciné also gets another nod for its November 6th release, as well as a slight delay on the fan favorite Days Gone – which is now to be expected on April 26th, 2019.

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It’s worth mentioning they do point out that we can expect a date for the Beta release for Dreams (another one PSVR fans are looking forward to) and Blood & Truth some time in the hopefully near future. They aren’t quite ready to share those yet though.

We are very excited for Everybody’s Golf here at Level 2 – and hope to cover the game in full come Springtime next year.

Everybody’s Golf for PSVR announced at Tokyo Game Show for a 2019 release

Exciting news for fans of PSVR and/or decent golfing games!

Sony has announced Everybody’s Golf will be coming with a full PSVR title next year on the popular VR headset.

Judging from the footage, it’s a true to the original title with the usual cutesy spin on the golfing game genre, however fully implemented with a virtual reality upgrade.

It actually makes perfect sense if you think about it…

Everybody’s Golf has always focussed more on fun over realism, and a stylized cartoon aesthetic over the usual EA Sports style graphics.

These lower poly images would make a far easier transition to virtual reality and help maintain a smoother frame rate at the same time.

We’re really excited to see how this progresses.

PSVR has been sorely lacking a decent golf game, with the less-than-stellar previous entries of titles like 100ft Robot Golf and Moonshot Galaxy.

This sounds like the perfect solution.

What are your thoughts?