Regrettably, the game’s online multiplayer isn’t yet available, and like the PC and Nintendo Switch versions of the game, can come at a subsequent date.
This information comes from a post on the game’s Facebook page celebrating the game’s launch. Breakpoint called this past second multiplayer delay “disappointing”, but can also be claiming to be “working quite hard to relieve the situation whenever possible. ” While it’so astonishing that a sports game would establish without this kind of important feature, multiplayer will be used shortly through two stages.
As stated by the developers, the first stage will add online fast games into the game, while the next one is going to add both global leaderboards and a rated online mode. That said, all single-player features and local multiplayer are intact for those who opt to pick Tennis World Tour up now.
Within this launch post, Breakpoint also talked about what additional new features they plan on implementing into Tennis World Tour after online multiplayer is additional. This includes a Doubles style, Weekly Challenges, brand new outfits and accessories, enhanced sliding animations, and even far better audio.
You can have a look at the game’s recently released launch trailer below. Those of you who are interested can also now pick up the game on Amazon.
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