Tennis On-Court Is About To Get A Little More Physical…

August 12, 2023 ·

Back at the beginning of July, we learned about a Tennis game simulator coming to PlayStation VR2 called Tennis-On-Court. In Tennis On-Court, you will be able to practice your backhand, work on your shots, and even compete against your friends in this fully customizable and fully immersive game of Tennis. But now, it looks like there are some additional details, a new trailer, and a release date to look forward to.

Features include:

Foundations –

  • Gameplay: Arcade or Realistic, choose your side
  • 3 different types of moving: Teleport, Automatic, Manual
  • Fully customizable 3D male & female avatars
  • 13 rackets with different characteristics to match your style
  • 6 incredible stadiums with different evolutive surfaces: clay, grass, hard
  • 5 assists to help you to perform: service hit assist, position assist, ball trajectory correction
  • Spectator mode to watch your friends or future opponents performing live

Realism –

  • Play with your ball before serving
  • 1-handed or 2-handed backhand? That works
  • The umpire and linesmen are present on the court to follow your matches
  • Playing in a crowded-out stadium is perfect for immersion
  • AI is almost human thanks to all the motion-captured animations in a match
  • Gameplay for the pros or the casual audience

Game modes –

  • Play against AI in 1vs1 with 4 difficulty levels
  • Bonus: choose if your opponent is left or right-handed
  • Play with your friend in singles (1vs1) or doubles (2vs2) online match
  • Find perfect opponents thanks to the matchmaking feature
  • Prove you are the best thanks to the online championship
  • Improve your skills with 5 training modes

How will you serve? Can you win against your friends? Do you have what it takes to play in a crowded stadium? Find out when Tennis On-Court comes to PlayStation VR2 digitally on the PlayStation Store and physically at a retailer near you and the Perp Games Store on October 20, 2023, and also available for the Quest 2/Pro via Oculus Applab on the Oculus Store.

Until then…please enjoy…

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