Golf With Your Friends Exits Early Access, Launches May 19 for PC, PS4, Switch, and Xbox One

Golf with your Friends

Team17 Digital has announced the release date for Golf With Your Friends, which will be leaving Early Access and fully launching soon.

Originally entering Early Access in 2016, the multiplayer golf game allows up to 12 players to duke it out simultaneously on wacky golf courses. Along with nine themed courses, players can create their own levels, and even customize their ball.

Players can also enable power-ups to use themselves, or hinder other players. Along with classic mini golf, players can replace holes with basketball hoops, or hockey goals.

You can find the Release Date Announcement trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via Steam) below.

Why have friends if not to play Golf… With Your Friends! Nothing is out of bounds as you take on 9 courses filled with fast paced, exciting, simultaneous mini golf for up to 12 players! The Par-Tee doesn’t stop there, players can expect additional courses and content throughout early access!

Key Features:

12 Player Multiplayer! Make sure your skills are up to scratch as you tee off against 11 other golfers in online multiplayer.

Themed Courses! 9 courses with unique mechanics and holes, become a pro in the pirate course or aim for an albatross in the ancient theme.

Powerups! Drive a wedge between your friends as you trap their ball in honey, freeze it or turn it into a square.

Three Game Modes! Tee off in classic mini golf, shoot for the pars in hoops or swap the hole for a goal in hockey

Level Editor! Putt your own spin on the game by creating, sharing and playing your own courses.

Customisations! Turn the fairway into the runway, with unlockable hats, skins and trails for your ball.

Golf With Your Friends is in Early Access, and launches May 19th on Windows PC, Linux, Mac (all via Steam), Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Image: Steam



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