100ft Robot Golf is a real time golf game where you get to control impossibly large robots on their quest for par. Never get your ball stuck behind a pesky tree or skyscraper ever again! Just swing your golf club to smash even the tallest buildings out of the way - or into the way of your robot golfing buddies.
Up to four players can hit the greens, cities, mountains, and orbiting moons that comprise the Robot Golf Tour Circuit. Either split-screen or online, robot golf pilots can play frantic real-time destruction golf, classic turn based action, or even custom rulesets crafted for your own custom 100ft Robot Golf round.
It doesn't stop at just solo and multiplayer modes on your screen! 100ft Robot Golf also allows you to don a PlayStation VR headset to experience both golf and destruction as if you were really there. For the first time, you too can experience what it feels like to be an exclusive robot golf pilot with only one goal: a lower handicap.
Sony has released a new trailer for the PlayStation 4 / PlayStation VR-compatible robo-sports game, 100ft Robot Golf. The trailer highlights some new environments – such as the Marianas trench and the Moon – along with various robot abilities like missile swarms and a hoverboard.
Those abilities can be used to destroy obstacles in the surrounding environment, like trees and skyscrapers, to give you a clear line of sight to the next hole. It’s not your traditional golfing game, then, as you can also use those abilities against other players.
As developer No Goblin describes:
“Up to four players can hit the greens, cities, mountains, and orbiting moons that comprise the Robot Golf Tour Circuit. Either split-screen or online, robot golf pilots can play frantic real-time destruction golf, classic turn based action, or even custom rulesets crafted for your own custom 100ft Robot Golf round.”
100ft Robot Golf will include PlayStation VR support for what looks like a first-person perspective that can be glimpsed in the above trailer. The game will be available this year, likely sometime after the PlayStation VR launches in October.
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