Everybody's Golf developer Clap Hanz will continue to broaden its horizons now it no longer has any formal partnership with Sony, as its next golf game will enter the virtual reality space, but it's only launching on Meta Quest headsets. The game, named Ultimate Swing Golf, releases next month on 16th May 2024 only on Meta Quest 2, 3, and the Pro variant.

Pitched as the "definitive golf experience", the VR title supports up to four players online for rounds on the green across various modes and missions. "The intuitive shot system recreates the feel and exhilaration of golf in a VR world. Simply swing your controller to adjust your power and the direction of the ball!"

Since ending a 13-game streak of titles published by Sony, the Japanese team has been spreading its wings elsewhere. Easy Come Easy Golf first released for Apple Arcade, and was then ported to Nintendo Switch a few years ago. Now, Ultimate Swing Golf skips a PSVR2 release. Do you think Clap Hanz will ever return to PlayStation consoles? Let us know in the comments below.

[source gematsu.com]