Tennis World Tour’s shortcomings have been well documented since its original release in 2018, but Nacon is going to serve up a second helping of bat-and-ball action this coming September on the PlayStation 4. It follows the release of the likeable AO Tennis 2 earlier this year, which interestingly was also published by Nacon.
It’s unclear whether Breakpoint is back on development duties, but we’ve asked the French firm to clarify. “With more realistic gameplay and the chance to play as the biggest tennis stars in world-famous competitions, Tennis World Tour 2 sets the benchmark for tennis games,” the press release reads.
In other news, Eko Software has been tapped up to create Handball 21 for release later this year. Bit more niche that one, we reckon.