Tennis World Tour – Roland Garros Edition – Revised Version To Be Released In May
After the somewhat failed launch of ‘Tennis World Tour’ last year. Big Ben and Breakpoint have been working hard to revise the game, which will be released as the Roland-Garros Edition next May.
Since its launch in 2018,
Breakpoint has regularly provided updates for Tennis World Tour. With one clear goal. An optimized gaming experience. It has improved online mode, reworked gameplay, and AI, and upgraded the overall gaming experience with the addition of video and animation as well as a detailed face customization system.
With Tennis World Tour – Roland-Garros Edition
The studio now offers new content and brings the gaming experience even closer to reality: In order to allow on the clay court realistic animations of the matches, more motion capturing sessions were performed.
Collaboration with the FFT has also made it possible to add additional official content to the game. Among them are in particular the three main courts of the Roland Garros tournament, which are reproduced faithfully and in detail in Tennis World Tour – Roland-Garros Edition – also the Simonne Mathieu Court, whose real likeness is not yet completed.
The Roland-Garros Edition is an independent game. These are the main contents and features:
- The full contents of 2018 published Tennis World Tour, including all twelve updates that published since
- Three new players: One male and two female, which will be revealed shortly
- Contents of the Legends Edition, including André Agassi and John McEnroe as playable characters
- New Roland Garros Courts: Philippe-Chartrier, Suzanne-Lenglen, and Simonne-Mathieu
- Center Court of the Mutua Madrid Open: La Caja Mágica
- Events available in career mode: the Mutua Madrid Open in May and a Roland Garros event in June
The contents of the Roland-Garros Edition also be available separately to players who already own Tennis World Tour.
In addition, the online mode of the game makes it possible this year to hold the eSport tournament Roland-Garros eSeries by BNP Paribasab. This continues to grow in 2019 due to access to two countries: Germany and the USA. The cash prizes also rise to € 10,000.
The qualifying phase, which started in February, identifies the best players from each country, who compete in the Roland Garros final in France. The tournament can follow on the official website: https://RGeSeries.BNPParibas
Tennis World Tour – Roland Garros Edition released in May 2019.