PlayStation Sports Game Everybody's Golf Will Lose All Online Functions

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    The fan-favorite golf game Everybody’s Golf will as of now not be available for PlayStation 4 players to play online. The game launched in October of 2017 and has been a popular addition to the roster of golf games available for fans of the sport. Aside from titles like Mario Golf: Super Rush and A Little Golf Journey, great golf games are not many and far in the middle, and this news was upsetting to many fans of the game.

    Everybody’s Golf is an eccentric solo or multiplayer game where players can choose from various characters and start golfing. The game can be played together in one room, or online with friends and other individuals. Players had the option to go around online and communicate with other players across the globe in a tomfoolery and brilliant setting. There are many features to the game that individuals appreciate, however the online mode was the main draw for many. Not at all like the serene A Little Golf Journey, Everybody’s Golf put players on the green in an almost realistic manner. They had to account for wind, temperature, and other atmospheric issues that would change the trajectory of their ball. There is also a later VR game known as Everybody’s Golf VR, yet there is no online mode available in that version.

    EuroGamer detailed that Everybody’s Golf’s online servers will go dark on September 30th. This means that players will never again have the ability to play with their friends online. The game is still love seat center, so friends can play in the same room assuming that they should choose to. This change comes as a shock to fans who still regularly play online. The online mode for PlayStation players allowed fans to join in with individuals from around the globe to play some golf. There were different game mode options available for players to appreciate, however presently unfortunately this will as of now not be a choice.

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    The online feature is not by any means the only one being eliminated from the game. The other features that will as of now not be available are open course selection, which allowed players to bounce onto a course and go around uninhibitedly to the golf opening they wanted to begin on. The other feature being eliminated is the TurfWar mode. TurfWar was an online mode that put players into two teams and set them free on a course. The players would then clash trying to claim as many holes as they can. Not a great explanation has been given by Sony as to why they are shutting down the servers, yet speculation indicates that it is because of the fact that it is so costly to maintain them.

    Regardless of the reasoning, fans of Everybody’s Golf are still upset by the news. The fanbase of Everybody’s Golf will still have solo mode, yet this change will definitely leave fans wanting more. This news has now made players confident that maybe this means Sony is working on another installment of the Everybody’s Golf franchise, however nothing has been announced as of yet.

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