Tennis World Tour 2 Receives A New Gameplay Trailer

NACON and Big Ant Studio have released a new gameplay trailer this week for Tennis World Tour 2, showing off what they've changed. Aside from the fact they've balanced out the mechanics of the players, they have aimed to have a real tennis experience as if you were watching the game live on TV. Which includes an undisputable replay system where it will track and show you exactly where the ball hit the ground on those points where its very close. You can check out the trailer below along with notes from the devs about what's changed. The game will be released sometime in September 2020 for PC and all major consoles.

A bunch of new changes are coming to the game, courtesy of NACON.
A bunch of new changes are coming to the game, courtesy of NACON.

In Tennis World Tour 2, fans can experience a realistic tennis game that captures all the sport's unique characteristics and competitiveness. Using feedback from a fan community comprising some 700,000 gamers, many aspects of the game have been redesigned from the ground up. This includes faster gameplay that puts players' skills and nerves to the test. More animations have also been added, which improves the game's realism and fluidity. Big Ant Studio also wanted to offer more diverse content for this new game in the series by adding doubles tennis and a new competition that tennis players will be very familiar with: Tie Break Tens. This format consists of short matches where the winner is the first to reach 10 points, ideal for when you want to play intense matches and a quick series of games.

Highly anticipated new features: the ability to play doubles matches with up to 4 players locally and online, an improved serve system and a new shot timing mechanic

Multiple official stadiums, among them the Manuel Santana court in Madrid and the OWL Arena in Halle

1 new competition format: Tie Break Tens

38 tennis stars: the biggest names are all featured this year, including Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Ashleigh Barty

Multiple game modes: Career, Quick Match, Online, Tournament, Ranked Match and Tie Break Tens – there's a format to suit every player

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