Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 demo now available

March 6, 2013 • Gadgets and Gaming

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 demo is now available on Xbox 360 and tomorrow on PlayStation 3. Experience golf from the past and present, and play as golf icon Arnold Palmer in the all-new Legends of the Majors mode, experience the LPGA Tour and get a taste of the Connected Tournaments feature where players can compete online with friends.

A screenshot of Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 14 (image: EA)

* The Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 demo features one of the most compelling modes in franchise history – Legends of the Majors. The featured challenge, 1961 Open Championship at Royal Birkdale, puts players in the shoes of golf legend Arnold Palmer, in the 1960’s era, with the legend’s era-specific attire, equipment and skills. Once the challenge is passed, gamers will unlock 1960’s Arnold Palmer for use in the full version of the game.

* For the first time in franchise history, the game will feature LPGA integration and gamers can get a preview of the LPGA via the all-new Quick Tournaments feature. Players can use LPGA golf phenom Lexi Thompson on a new course – Oak Hill Country Club.

* Golf in a “Twenty-foursome” through our all-new Connected Tournaments mode in the Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 14 demo. Compete online against other players or friends and see as many as 23 shot arcs from other players on the course at the same time. Players can get a jumpstart on creating their country club tournaments by going to the Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 14 website.

* The Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 14 demo will support motion control and continue the level of immersion as fans can play the demo with Kinect for Xbox 360 or Sony PlayStation Move controllers.

Yesterday, PGA Tour launched The Legendary Debate – a fan vote to determine the most historic legend in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14. Fans go to the PGA TOUR’s Facebook page to cast their vote for their favorite in-game legend and an opportunity to win a copy of the game. Voting runs from March 4 through March 25.

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