NACON And Big Ant Studio Announced a special edition of Tennis World Tour 2 It will be available on next-generation consoles. This edition includes base games, additional content, and gameplay improvements. Tennis World Tour 2 will be available on the Xbox Series X | S and PlayStation 5 in March 2021.
The contents of the annual pass are also open to the public. In addition to the DLC with the official stadium already available, the annual pass includes three DLC packs that will be available within the next four months.
Two new players have been added to the second major DLC released today. US players Sofia Kenin and Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic. Two DLCs will be released in January and March and will include a variety of additional content such as new tournaments, eight new players, new stadiums, gear and clothing.
Tennis World Tour 2 Encourage fans to play a realistic tennis game that faithfully transcribes certain aspects of sports and their competitiveness. Many aspects of the game have been completely redesigned, with more animations to improve the fluidity and realism of the game.
Tennis World Tour 2 Provides the most comprehensive tennis experience:
- Long-awaited new features: ability to play double matches with up to 4 players locally and online, competition mode, improved serve system, new shot timing mechanism
- More realistic: more animations create smoother gameplay
- Multiple Game Modes: Career, Quick Match, Online, Tournament, Rank Match, Tie Break Ten – There are formats that suit all players
- Several official courts: Estadio Manolo Santana at the Mutua Madrid Open, OWL Arena in Halle, or Roland Garros: Three courts: Philippe Chaterie, Susanne Lanlen, Simonne Mathieu
- 48 Famous Players: This year’s casting includes the most famous players such as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Ashleigh Barty.
- Next-generation version with improved technical and gameplay
Tennis World Tour 2 Now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo SwitchTM
It will be available on the Xbox Series X | S and PS5 in March 2021
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