Everybody's Golf VR Demo Available Now, Full Game Arrives on May 21

The demo for Everybody’s Golf VR is available now, letting you play in the full game’s practice area and enjoy the scenery from the Forest Course’s teeing ground. Once you’ve gotten into the swing of things, you can scout the club’s first hole and start devising your winning strategy.

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Here’s how to perfect your swing, taken from the PlayStation Blog.

  • Start with a little practice in Practice Swing mode. If the afterimage of the club head is red, your swing wouldn’t have hit the ball, if the afterimage of the club head is blue, you know your swing would have hit the ball.
  • Once you’ve gotten a feel for the swing in Practice Swing mode, switch to Address mode, by pressing the Move button and take the shot for real.
  • The speed at which you swing the golf club determines how far the ball will go, and the direction the club head is facing on impact changes the ball’s trajectory.
  • Swing data is computed using D-Plane theory, resulting in realistic trajectories similar to actual golf. As you improve, you’ll learn to control how much the ball curves left or right, the direction and angle at which you launch the ball, as well as its spin.

The full game arrives on May 21, offering the most immersive Everybody’s Golf experience yet. Swing for the flag with your PlayStation Move motion controller or DUALSHOCK 4 wireless controller. Play through three courses, with tips from your very own caddie.

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