One of the key modes they’ve added is the ability for players to invite friends to play in private tournaments.
In this mode, users can create private tournies for up to seven players and as well as private rooms in the online lobby space. In addition to this, between holes, you can also use text chat to communicate with your friends partaking in the tournament on the scorecard screen.
Aside from this, the game will also see the inclusion of “Seasons” to Daily Tournaments. This means there will be one game per day — a reduction from the previous which was three — so that each tourney will be more “exciting and focused.” One season will last seven days and will include a weekly champion and Top 10 rankings.
To read up on the rest of the new modes, click here.
Hot Shots: World Invitational is on sale on the PSN right now. It’s priced at only $17.63 for PS+ members, while vanilla PSN subscribers can buy it for $25.19.