EA Sports PGA Tour launched last week, the company’s first golf game in over seven years.
It’s safe to say that its reception has been mixed. While some have praised its impressive visuals and engaging gameplay, others have been disappointed by missing features and a myriad of issues. The good news is that EA has been listening, and has outlined how it plans to improve EA Sports PGA Tour going ahead.
Some of the improvements outlined by EA include introducing the 3-click swing system that so many know and love. Fixes are also promised for camera and zoom issues, as well as cup physics that have caused problems. Even the putting grids are going to receive some attention to make sure they meet players’ expectations. And this is all in addition to many fixes that have already been put in place.
You can find a full list of improvements and fixes that are currently in EA’s plans for EA Sports PGA Tour right here. And if you haven’t picked up the game yet, remember you can play a 10-hour trial thanks to EA Play. It’s available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.