Last October saw Zen Studios release a followup to its popular golfing title Planet Minigolf in the form of Infinite Minigolf on Steam Early Access. Currently supporting Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, the developer announced that the videogame will be fully released this week with support coming to PlayStation VR as well.
Infinite Minigolf aims to take what made the previous title so good and give it a modern makeover, improving the visuals whilst delivering extremely accurate physics. While players can just play mini-golf to their hearts content, Infinite Minigolf is all about user generated content. So they can craft their own course creations and experience tons of customisation options, to share their ideas with other players around the world.
And what is likely to be a first for cross-platform play, every course created by the community is shared across all platforms. So when the videogame officially launches on 25th July, whether players are on PlayStation 4, PlayStation VR, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch or Steam (including HTC Vive and Oculus Rift), they’ll all be able to play each others courses.
The release of Infinite Minigolf for PlayStation VR adds to an already burgeoning list of summer content releases for the headset, with Fantastic Contraption, SUPERHOT VR and Archangel having recently launched, whilst Theseus, Tiny Trax, Smashbox Arena, Dino Frontier , CastleStorm VR, and Heroes of the Seven Seas are all due out soon.
As further update are released for Infinite Minigolf, VRFocus will keep you updated.
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