Resort Boss: Golf, Excalibur Games and Gus Martin’s tycoon management game, today receives its biggest update yet. The March update sees the debut

Resort Boss: Golf | Biggest Update Yet Out Today

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Resort Boss: Golf, Excalibur Games and Gus Martin’s tycoon management game, today receives its biggest update yet. The March update sees the debut of a course builder, allowing players to freely link their holes together into a guided course for their resort’s golfers, a terrain generator, a character creator and a selection of new cosmetic options, diversifying players’ golf resorts.

There’s still plenty to come from Resort Boss: Golf’s Early Access period, with tournaments, wildlife, challenge scenarios and more already confirmed for release across April and May.

Unleash your inner tycoon and build your golf club from a one-hole course to a 5-star resort. Paint the land with luscious fairways, design world-class golf courses and manage staff to attract VIP golfers from all over the planet.

Take a look at the game’s launch trailer here.

Resort Boss: Golf is inspired by the likes of Sid Meier’s Sim Golf, and developed by industry veteran Gus Martin, whose working credits include renowned studios such as Capcom, Square Enix and EA (Electronic Arts).

Press Copies Available Now

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About Resort Boss: Golf

Build Your Golf Club

Paint the land with fairways to create the world class resort required to attract VIP golfers from all over the planet.

Utilise expansive landscaping tools; mould terrain, plant trees and populate your resort with sprawling green hills, seaside cliffs, bunkers and water hazards to create fun and challenging holes.

Build the restaurants, shops and hotels demanding golfers expect from the world’s best resorts.

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