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Everybody’s Golf: How to Play with Friends

HOW TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS IN EVERYBODY’S GOLF

One of the changes made for Everybody’s Golf from the earlier games in the series is how the multiplayer works. Of course, there is four player split-screen for playing against friends and family from the comfort of your couch but online multiplayer works slightly differently. You join open courses that allow you to roam around at your own free will, playing the holes in whichever order you see fit.

To play split-screen, simply select the Multiplayer option from the title screen and follow the instructions to begin a game with however many people you have. You can return to the title screen to select multiplayer by choosing ‘Return to Title’ in the single player menu.


Setting up an online game with friends is a little tougher. It is organized by a room system and to begin setting one up, press Options once you’re in an online mode, whether that be Open Course or Turf War. Then, choose Online and then Game Room. Here you will be able to set up your own room for friends to join, or search for one that has already been created. You will be able to choose all the options for the room when setting it up, including the game’s format, the weather, and the password required to access the room if you want it to be private. Once you have finalized the settings, your friends will be able to join the room.

That is how you play with friends in Everybody’s Golf. For more on the game, be sure to stick with us at Twinfinite.

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