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Dangerous Golf explodes onto PC, PS4 and Xbox One on June 3

Steering golf balls, not cars

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Dangerous Golf, the debut title from indie studio Three Fields Entertainment, will be released June 3 on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, the company announced yesterday on Twitter.

You can check out the game's Steam page, although pre-orders are not yet live.

Three Fields, which was formed in 2014 by co-founders of Burnout developer Criterion Games, designed Dangerous Golf as an arcade sports title in the vein of the Crash mode from those racing games. Players attempt to rack up high scores by destroying environments like a castle, kitchen and gas station with the only tool available to them: a very powerful, very explosive golf ball.

"If you like Burnout and Black and NBA Jam you might like this; you might, you might not," said Three Fields creative director Alex Ward in an interview with Polygon earlier this year.

Dangerous Golf features a campaign mode with 100 holes across the U.S., England, France and Australia; it can be played solo or cooperatively. Multiplayer action is available online and offline for up to eight players.

For more on Dangerous Golf, check out the new gameplay video above from Three Fields, as well as our 15-minute gameplay video below.

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