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The Golf Club for PS4 aiming for PS Move, Project Morpheus support

The Golf Club is set to tee off on PS4 this summer and HB Studios is looking to add some exclusive features to this version, including PS Move and Project Morpheus support.


The Golf Club is currently playing through on Steam Early Access, but developer HB Studios is still setting its sights on some other courses. One of them is PlayStation 4 and that version looks to be coming this summer, with the studio also teasing some Project Morpheus support for some virtual golfing action.

"We've had the amazing opportunity to be among the first developers to have access to the newly announced Project Morpheus VR tech prototype — and we've been exploring how we could possibly integrate this into The Golf Club," executive producer Peter Garcin said on PlayStation.Blog. "Golf seems like an excellent fit for this kind of technology — the ability to look around your environment and really live inside the procedural courses is exciting. We're anxious to see what we can do with this new tech and how we can create a compelling VR experience for The Golf Club with Morpheus."

The developer is also looking into some other PlayStation-exclusive features, including PS Move support. Users will also be able to find selected user-created courses recommended to them on their PS4 dashboard.

The Golf Club will tee on on PS4 this summer, with an Xbox One version expected around the same time. For more, check out the trailer below.

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