Everybody’s Golf smartphone game pre-registration opened in Japan, new trailer

Pre-register to receive in-game rewards.

Everybody's Golf smartphone game

ForwardWorks has opened pre-registration for its Everybody’s Golf game for iOS and Android.

Users will get in-game rewards depending on the amount of pre-registrations, including:

  • 100,000 pre-registrations – One Avatar Prize Ticket (male / female)
  • 150,000 pre-registrations – One Avatar Prize Ticket (male / female) and 2,000 coins
  • 200,000 pre-registrations – “Exclusive Wear” and 3,000 coins

ForwardWorks is also hosting campaigns with Line and Twitter. For Line, users will get in-game coins depending on the amount of people that friend the game’s official Line account (1,000 coins for 10,000 users, 2,000 coins for 30,000 users, and 5,000 coins for 60,000 users). And for Twitter, users will get in-game coins depending on the amount of users that follow the game’s official Twitter account (1,000 coins for 5,000 followers, 2,000 coins for 10,000 followers, and 5,000 coins for 20,000 followers).

Watch a new trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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