Everybody’s Golf PS4 servers will shut down in September

Sony has announced that Everybody’s Golf will no longer support multiplayer functionality and the game’s servers will be taken offline in September. Players cannot access multiplayer, leaderboards, certain trophies, or anything else that requires an internet connection.

If you go to the Everybody’s Golf page on the PlayStation website, a pop-up will inform you that the game’s online features will soon be unavailable (thanks, Eurogamer). “Online servers for Everybody’s Golf will be shut down on September 30, 2022,” the statement said. “All online features (including online multiplayer modes) will end on this date. You can continue to play and enjoy the game in single player offline mode.”

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Gematsu has compiled a list of items that cannot be accessed for this reason. It includes open course selection, international tournaments, turf wars, leaderboards, purchasing and using Warp Medals, and three trophies – Push it to the Limit!, Walking Encyclopedia, and Online Debut. For the sake of clarity, Everybody’s Golf will still be available on PS4, but after September you’ll need to resort to couch co-op if you want to play against your friends.

However, the same developer, Clap Hanz, released another golf game for iOS last year called Clap Hanz Golf. The game, available on Apple Arcade, aims to be the spiritual successor to Everybody’s Golf – but on a completely different device and ecosystem. The iOS game is quite similar to the 2017 title, except there are no Sony mascots making appearances like in the PS4 game.


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As for Everybody’s Golf IP, the final game in the series was a 2019 VR-focused title simply called Everybody’s Golf VR. Unfortunately, it doesn’t offer any multiplayer modes or online features that fans of the series could turn to. It seems that the IP may not be added further as the current developers focus on the iOS game.

Everybody’s Golf was pretty well received when it was launched in 2017. According to Metacritic, it was rated by 48 critics, resulting in a meta score of 78. On the user side, 165 reviews received an overall score of 7.5.

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