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Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition Arrives on May 28, Adds Rafael Nadal, Kristina Mladenovic, Optimizations & More Content

Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition

Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition Arrives on May 28, Adds Rafael Nadal, Kristina Mladenovic, Optimizations & More Content

Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Switch on May 28th in America, featuring Rafael Nadal, 11-time winner of Roland-Garros, and Kristina Mladenovic, a French player ranked amongst the top 50 in the world, for matches on the clay courts of Roland-Garros. The 2 additions bring the number of ATP and WTA stars available in the game to 33.

To achieve the level of realism players have come to expect, Bigben and Break Point studio used motion capture to record the signature movements of top players. This means you can experience Mladenovic’s powerful serve and Nadal’s looping forehand, along with the latter’s unique serve preparation.

Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition provides an optimized playing experience and even more content. On all types of surfaces, and especially on the legendary clay courts of Roland-Garros, players take on the biggest stars in world tennis, such as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Gaël Monfils.

Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Edition is the complete game, and includes:

  • 32 of the world’s best players, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, Kristina Mladenovic and legends Andre Agassi and John McEnroe
  • Over 21 courts of every surface type, including the new main courts at Roland-Garros: Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen and Simonne-Mathieu. Tennis World Tour Roland-Garros Editiongives players the chance to be the first to play on these courts in their finished state
  • The central court at the Mutua Madrid Open: “La Caja Magica”
  • A career mode that realistically simulates a player’s career, with training, matches, qualifications and more
  • A new customization tool to create your own player from the ground up
  • An online mode with a Leaderboard and private matches

NOTE: The new content will not be free for existing owners and is exclusive to this version of the game. Currently there are no plans to release it separately, but it is an option that the developers are currently exploring.

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  1. So, one year later after the atrocious Tennis World Tour release, where they admittedly released an absolutely incomplete version of a tennis game charging $60 for it and not fixing for a full year, they decide now to release ANOTHER version of the game and charge again for it???
    So everybody that bout their incomplete game for $60 last year can just get screwed???
    I have no idea how anyone can buy anything from those developers ever again, it's just a big scheme with absolutely ZERO respect for their customers.
    My advise is to runaway from this game and if you want to play a tennis game buy AO International Tennis that also had problems on release but at least the developers always tried to upgrade the game and finish their product without charging anything from people that already have bought the game.
    Whilst the developer obviously share part of the blame, I think that the publisher, BigBen Interactive, is a thoroughly disreputable publisher with a track record of poorly made and supported titles in its portfolio. It was Alan Falc of Bigben that admitted that Tennis World Tour was not finished (the much touted online was postponed DAYS before launch) and had to release it for 'marketing reasons' but then boasted it was still a financial success due to pre-orders and because the physical discs were sold on a non-returnable basis!
    Now a year later, as publisher with the rights to the tennis tournaments, pros etc, they've used the same developer (that basically went radio silent in the months after launch until the patches started to trickle out), decided to re-release the same core game with a few updates and expect the poor sods that made the first one 'a financial success' to rebuy it all over again?
    I actually sort of liked Tennis World Tour (after 6 months or so of patches) but it was still average at best... but I think BigBen are a despicable company.
    Couldn't believe when I read this is not free. A separate game to rebuy for anyone wanting to play who bought the first one vs. an update (patch) with the newest game content. Even an add on for any kind of $ isn't acceptable given the state of the original game. I bought the first one and I like to play online and it was unplayable. No way I'm buying this one unless 1,000 posts are made declaring this game the best tennis game ever. What's next, Tennis World Tour Wimbledon Edition arrives July 5th and then Tennis World Tour U.S. Open Edition arrives September August 30th. That's another $120.
    Totally agree with everyone...now they've lost a large percentage of loyal customers, who will have a long memory if/when its successor is released.

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