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AO Tennis 2 Player Customization Trailer, AO Tennis 2 Tools Available Now on Steam to Start Creating Players and Venues

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AO Tennis 2 Player Customization Trailer, AO Tennis 2 Tools Available Now on Steam to Start Creating Players and Venues

BIGBEN and Big Ant Studios have just released a new video, introducing the content editor in AO Tennis 2, the second game in the official Australia Open game series.

With a user-friendly and comprehensive interface, the AO Tennis 2 player community, now has access to an extensive range of customization options, to express themselves and create unique content, including players, stadiums and scenarios.


You’ll be able to customize the look of your player, down to the smallest detail, with a variety of options: Players can adjust height, face, apparel and logos. Users can also share their creations online. With cross-platform support, users can access all of the community-created content, regardless of which console they are playing on. From January 9, this will include all of the existing creations, from the first AO Tennis game.

BIGBEN and Big Ant have also announced, that players can download AO Tennis 2 Tools on PC via Steam. A free application that will allow you to start creating all of your custom content. You will then be able to upload your creations and have them ready to download to any platform, once AO Tennis 2 releases.

Here are some additional details on the AO Tennis 2 tools:

Creation features include:

  • Players. Create your likeness within Big Ant’s celebrated in-depth creation tools.
  • Venues. Create complete complexes with multiple courts – drop your entire local tennis club into the game.
  • Uniforms and logos. Uniforms and logos. Do you have the soul of a stylist? Got your own emblem you want to see in your career mode? Create those visual elements here!
  • Scenarios. Recreate some of the greatest tennis match challenges. Can you turn a desperate situation into a victory? With scenario mode you’ll be able to test your mettle.
  • Player lists. Get entire rosters ready to go so you can play a complete custom tournament from day one.

AO Tennis 2 is the second game in the official Australia Open series. Developed side by side with the team at Tennis Australia, the game gives tennis fans an experience of the first of the year’s four Grand Slam events, which begins on January 20. In AO Tennis 2, players can take themselves from the outside courts, to centre-stage glory in the all-new narrative-driven career mode, enriched with a reputation system, or choose to customize every element of their game through Big Ant’s content editor. Above all, they will be able to play in the shoes of many tennis stars, such as Rafael Nadal, Ash Barty, Angélique Kerber and more.

AO Tennis 2 is scheduled to release on January 9 for PC via Steam, and on February 11 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

Just in case you missed our AO Tennis 2 interview with Big Ant Studio CEO, Ross Symons, you can read it here.

Operation Sports: How will community content be shared in various modes? Will we be able to create and share players and courts that aren’t officially in your game and import them into Career mode, for example?

Ross Symons: AO Tennis 2 has a comprehensive set of tools that cover just about every element of tennis – players, venues, logos and equipment – content which users can upload to our servers which is shared across all platforms.

OS: Will we see more variations of rallies, depending on the surfaces we are playing on?

RS: Players now have their own surface preferences, and this adds additional tone to the game – if you’re a clay court specialist, you may find grass court matches much more difficult. We’ve also refined our systems so that you’ll want to make use of all your options – slice, topspin and driving flat shots – so success in AO Tennis 2 will require the kind of situational awareness that the best tennis players share.


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  1. David_tennis
    I´m waiting for Tennis Fighters (Steam).

    This thread is about AO Tennis, are you a dev trying to push your own agenda game in every thread?
    Tennis fighters isn't tennis, it's a gimmick.
    Some of us like the authenticity that is being placed into AO Tennis 2.
    Can't wait for the reviews to come in and hope this AO Tennis 2 does well. AO Tennis 1 took a lot of patches and months to bring it to adequate gameplay.

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