- Also Known As
- New Minna no Golf, New Everybody's Golf, New Hot Shots Golf
- Number of Players
- 4 (50 Player Online)
- Release Date
- 29th Aug 2017, $19.99
- 30th Aug 2017, £29.99
- 31st Aug 2017
PlayStation Plus Extra (Subscription)
- 13th Jun 2022
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- Feature Support
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Few franchises last as long as Everybody’s Golf, but it’s celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. The arcade sports series has been a staple on every single PlayStation platform to date, and its latest edition is by far its most ambitious yet. But after a protracted production cycle, has veteran developer Clap-Hanz managed to sink...
Spin strategies! Power shots! Learning the course!
Everybody’s Golf is a deceptively easy game to pick up, but it gets pretty challenging fast. While we’re sure you’ve mastered the art of triple-clicking your way to the odd birdie by now, you’re probably wondering how to significantly improve your score. Fortunately, we’ve badgered...
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The unfortunate day for PS4 golfing game Everybody's Golf has finally arrived: its servers were taken offline overnight, meaning none of its multiplayer functionality is accessible anymore. You can still play offline, but the Platinum Trophy will now be deemed unobtainable. It follows in the footsteps of PS4 games like Killzone Shadow Fall...
Taken offline in September
Sony's insistence on taking the servers of its past multiplayer games offline continues as Everybody's Golf is confirmed to be the scheme's next unfortunate victim. The delightful putter will lose all its online functionality on 30th September 2022, leaving you with exactly six months to enjoy its internet-focused modes...
Fore the fans
Everybody’s Golf has become the home of Japanese franchise milestones, with Final Fantasy recently celebrating its 30th anniversary in the game. Atelier is next up, with new Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings crossover content on the docket. Starting from 19th April through 17th May, you’ll be...
Chocobos! Moogles! More
Everybody’s Golf will be joining Final Fantasy’s 30th Anniversary festivities with a slew of crossover content currently announced for Japan. Starting from 26th February you’ll be able to purchase a Chocobo golf kart for the game, allowing you to navigate the title’s open courses atop one of the yellow-feathered...
Join the club
Beams Golf is a Japanese brand of golfing attire, and it's making its way to Everybody's Golf on PS4. In the tweet below, you'll be able to get a brief look at the sort of threads you'll be able to adorn your avatar with: These clothes appear to be prizes for winning a Beams Golf in-game tournament, which you'll be able to partake...
Taking the McIlroy
Everybody’s Golf is out next week (!!!) and its roster of Trophies have hit Sony’s servers. This seems like a good list, encouraging you to play through and complete pretty much everything in the game. There is one trinket that sticks out, though: score a condor in a recorded official round. Yeah, that’s going to take some...
Shuhei Yoshida is in Everybody’s Golf on the PlayStation 4 – and now through the power of YouTube you can watch the Worldwide Studios chief hitting the links as himself. PlayStation Underground has gone live with 12 minutes of gameplay from the forthcoming arcade title, and while it’s just a multiplayer match on a course we’ve...
Par for the course
Over in Japan, they love making these uber-long trailers that outline absolutely everything you can expect to find in an upcoming game. We don’t have the attention span to make the super-length clips work in the Western world, but this Everybody’s Golf video is pretty easy to follow – despite its narration belonging to a...
Fore the players
The new Everybody’s Golf game on the PlayStation 4 will plot the return of two commemorative courses. Celebrating the series’ 20th Anniversary, both Green Country Club from the original game and Balata from its sequel will make a return, re-imagined to take advantage of the latest title’s open map format. You’ll get the...
Hole in one
Did you notice Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida in the new Everybody’s Golf trailer that was released this week? The affable executive was created by Clap Hanz in order to demonstrate the power of the PlayStation 4 title’s character editor, but now he’s admitted that he “could” end up in the full game as well. C’mon...
Ready for a round of everybody’s favourite golf series? Step on to the fairway for a unique blend of deep golf mechanics and quirky visual style that the beloved franchise is known for. Entering the clubhouse is a variety of new features, including the chance to create and customise your own golfer, with an assortment of tasks to play and level up their skills with.
Fancy a stroll around the green? Hop into a golf kart and explore the free-roaming courses, interacting with other online players, jumping into mini-games and unlocking new tasks, tournaments and rewards.