Veteran Sports Game Developer Bringing The Golf Club to Next Gen Consoles and PC
Nova Scotia, Canada – 22nd January 2014 - Canadian video game developer HB Studios announced today their next generation Golf simulation The Golf Club. With outstanding, fun gameplay and a gorgeous visual presentation, The Golf Club really jumps into the next generation with the procedural generation of courses and depth of social interaction. There truly will be an unlimited number of golf courses to be created, shared and played with your friends.
The Golf Club Course Creator can generate a brand new, original course in seconds that can be shared and played immediately online with friends and other gamers across PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC. The technique of procedural generation also brings loading times into courses down to next to zero and completely eliminates any waiting between holes. There are also full editing capabilities should gamers want to put their mark on the generated course. Customization extends to Tournaments and Tours, which can be shared along with the courses online.
On the social side you can challenge your friends on a new or existing course in real time or try to beat their best recorded round. Add to this a myriad of stat tracking and personal bests of friends and rivals to beat, notifications, challenges and social media integration and you truly have a golf club worth joining.
Built using the excellent Unity game engine, The Golf Club will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in the spring of 2014. For screenshots, videos and additional information on The Golf Club please visit www.thegolfclubgame.com. You can also follow The Golf Club on twitter @thegolfclubgame.
About HB Studios
HB Studios is the largest video game developer in Atlantic Canada with over 80 staff at its Lunenburg HQ. Founded in July 2000 by Jeremy Wellard, HB has shipped over 40 titles across PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iPhone, iPad, Android, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, PSP, PC, PlayStation 2 and Xbox selling more than 21 million units and contributed to the development of 19 others. HB partners with the biggest names in the industry and is currently developing games across all major gaming platforms.