The Clap Hanz studio has registered two new trademarks that could refer to a new golf title.
Although it is a well-known saga, the last Everybody’s Golf was published in 2017 for PS4 and was quite successful in Japan, despite having players all over the world. Nevertheless, in October of this year it will close its serversbad news for those who enjoy multiplayer.
This decision makes even more sense when we see that the nice sports proposal of the study clap hanz could return soon as, as we read on VGC, the company has registered two new trademarks for the studio based in Yokohama, Japan.
The two marks would refer to the same gameThese two brands are in two languages, English and Japanese, so it is likely that it is only a single game with two denominations (the West and Japan), something that makes more sense when verifying that they have also been entered at the same time. In English, the name of Easy Come Easy Golf, although no further details of what to expect are known. It is possible, yes, that it is some Clap Hanz Golf versionthe game that was released as an Apple Arcade exclusive in April 2021.
At the moment it’s time to wait for some official news from Clap Hanz, which hasn’t provided news to users of its games on consoles for a long time, despite the fact that they are usually highly valued. In fact, in his analysis of Everybody’s Golf, Sergio Martín highlighted above all that it is one of the most complete releases on the market.
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