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  • Rory McIlroy PGA Tour Lets You Golf at Night

    EA Sports released a new trailer this week that shows how you can have fun at night in Rory McIlroy PGA Tour. Specifically, a number of "Night Club Challenge" modes will be included with the game.


    The Night Club is not your typical round of golf; it offers more than 170 unique, over-the-top challenges such as hitting targets, landing in buckets, exploding objects, rolling through gates, knocking down barrels, and steering through rings.

    As players progress through the challenges, they unlock boosts that can defy the laws of physics and control the ball mid-flight.

    Night Club begins by helping golfers tune their skills with challenges such as severe uphill/downhill shots, accuracy off the tee using power boost, long putts to a shrinking cup, and pitch shots into breakable plates.

    Players earn points for everything in the Night Club, including driving distance, accuracy, landing on targets, breaking objects, use of ballspin and more.

    Players can earn up to three stars per challenge based on the amount of points earned. You need to earn at least one star to complete the challenge.

    Challenges are set up across three very distinctive courses: Wolf Creek, Paracel Storm, and Coyote Falls. Each course has its own map view where you will navigate through the challenges. The journey begins at Wolf Creek.

    There are a number of different boosts (nine, to be exact) that can be used to modify your ball in flight. You can only equip a maximum of three boosts at a time, so be sure to plan accordingly based on the challenges that are coming up. EA Sports breaks down the mode even further and shows a sample of the challenges that you will take part in.

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