HB Studios has confirmed that its simulation game The Golf Club will be available on Steam when it launches in the spring, with an Early Access offering also planned.
Slated for Windows PC as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, The Golf Club includes a full course creator with procedurally generated courses that players can then tinker with. Players also have the ability to build courses from scratch, organize tournaments, and share their creations with the world.
"The game is coming to Steam," said executive producer Peter Garcin. "The response we've had to the game has been enormous, and we're planning on doing an Early Access as well."
A company statement added that there is "potential for future development via Steam, in terms of Steam Workshop integration or SteamOS and controller support. We're really excited to be on the platform and can't wait to get the game into everyone's hands."
HB Studios, which was founded in 2000, is known for developing versions of EA Sports games on lower-priority platforms, such as Madden NFL 13 on PlayStation Vita and Wii and Madden NFL 12 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Wii. The company has also made its own games for other publishers, such as NBA Baller Beats with Majesco Entertainment and MLB Home Run Derby with Major League Baseball Advanced Media.
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