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EA Sports Tosses Tiger for Next Gen Golfing Games

by Shane McGlaun

EA Sports has announced that it and Tiger Woods have mutually agreed to end their partnership on golfing video games. At the same time, the company has announced that it will be continuing to make golf video games and its partnership with the PGA will continue.

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EA Sports has offered up an image comparing a screenshot of the same course taken from a current generation game compared to a next-generation golf title that is currently in the works. One look at the image and it’s clear that the visuals in the next-generation golfing game are significantly improved and offer much more realism than the current generation game.

EA Sports will be making PGA Tour golf games for consoles and mobile devices. There’s no indication of when the new game will launch at this time, but it sure does look good. EA promises that more news on its next-generation golf game will be coming soon.

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