EA SPORTS PGA TOUR launched last Friday and the team has been listening carefully to public feedback and taking notes! The game has already undergone several changes, including fixing issues with claiming tournament prizes, game crashes, compatibility and more.
Today, EA Sports released a blog post outlining its plans for future improvements and fixes, many of which will be implemented in the coming weeks. These include:
3-Click Swing – The game’s initial swing animation was designed to accurately mimic golfer movements and was a design choice to enhance the realistic experience. To further enhance the experience, later this month the team will add the 3-click swing, a standard in golf games for decades.
Career Mode Options – The team has heard feedback from players about wanting more options beyond Quick Play and Full Rounds during Career Mode and is exploring ways to provide more choice in this area.
Camera Angle and Zoom Issues. – The team is exploring ways to improve the pre-shot zoom camera, focusing on improvements for players who do not use the putting grid and need lower camera angles to read greens manually.
And alongr, including Putting Grid, Cup Physics and Online Matchmaking adjustments, a “Fast Play” presentation option and more Online Game Formats.