Breakpoint is having another shot at Tennis World Tour this month, repackaging last year's release with all of the title's patches for the more finished Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition. Among the new features included in this re-release is the addition of Spanish superstar Rafa Nadal -- and perhaps less excitingly, French top 50...
You cannot be serious?
Remember when Tennis World Tour launched last year on the PlayStation 4 in a state worse than Andy Murray’s hip? Well, it seems that developer Breakpoint Games has more nerve than Nick Kyrgios when he’s insulting opponents’ girlfriends, as it’s repackaging the entire game for Roland-Garros. Due out in May, this
Tennis World Tour is out today, but it’s not finished. Proving yet again that the PlayStation 4’s doomed when it comes to simulations of one of the planet’s most popular sports, developer Breakpoint has just nonchalantly announced that online multiplayer’s been removed from the launch build of the game. Surprise everyone! While the...
You cannot be serious?!
We’re sure it’s a complete coincidence that Bigben Interactive has released this new Tennis World Tour gameplay footage on the same day as AO International Tennis’ worldwide launch. The video shows legends John McEnroe and Andre Agassi going head-to-head, although we’re hoping that the encoding is to blame for the...
Tennis World Tour will hit the court next month, and developer Breakpoint has released a new trailer detailing the title’s career mode. This is your traditional rags-to-riches affair, as you work your way up from the lower end of the world rankings all the way up to number one. You’ll need to manage your schedule, fitness, and perform on the...
You cannot be serious!
Tennis World Tour will score a premium Legends Edition upon release on 22nd May, which will include two additional superstars: Andre Agassi (with his 1995 outfit) and John McEnroe (with his 1990 outfit). In the latter’s case, we’re assuming that means a big fat bandana, which may have just pushed us towards the pre-order...
Hawk-eye can't wait
You’ll be able to celebrate Roland Garros with a round of virtual tennis this year, as Bigben Interactive has announced that Tennis World Tour will target the PlayStation 4’s baseline from 22nd May. That’s days prior to the French Open getting underway, and a couple of months ahead of Wimbledon as well. Perfect timing. The...
New balls, please
AO Tennis is out in Australia, meaning that the PlayStation 4 has finally served up some digital tennis. Early indications are that it isn’t great, however, which is perhaps evidenced by its limited release. The good news is that there’s still Tennis World Tour to look forward to, although that hasn’t exactly dazzled either...
Come out swingin'
Sony casually debuted the first footage of Tennis World Tour at PSX 2017 this weekend, a title which it seems to be taking a lot of interest in. This is alpha footage so it does look pretty rough around the edges, but we can definitely see the Top Spin inspirations in the action, with the animation-heavy movement and the...
Game, set, and match
Honestly, this author was pretty disgruntled when Tennis World Tour failed to materialise at Gamescom 2017 like publisher Bigben had promised. In fact, your humble host may have taken to Twitter to pester the firm for an update. Anyway, the good news is that it’s not cancelled. The bad news is that this trailer is looking...
Top Spin is back! Well, actually it’s not back, but a new studio comprising of 2K Sports veterans has announced a new tennis title: Tennis World Tour. Regular readers will know that this editor is obsessed with tennis games, and has been waiting patiently for some rallying action on the PlayStation 4, so this is big news. Bigger than Destiny...
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