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AO Tennis is available now in New Zealand and Australia

16 Jan 18

Tennis is finally coming back to consoles today for those living in Australia and New Zealand. This is because AO Tennis is out today. 

AO Tennis is developed by Australian studio Big Ant Studios and the game features stars such as Rafael Nadal and Angelique Kerber just to name a few. 

The full launch roster includes: "Rafael Nadal, David Goffin, Kevin Anderson, Thanasi Kokkinakis, John Isner, Angelique Kerber, Karolina Pliskova, Johanna Konta, Daria Gavrilova, Agnieszka Radwanska and Sam Stosur"

More real players will be added in as DLC although they won't be announced just yet. The game is only out in Australia and New Zealand from today so other countries will have to wait for another release date to be announced. 

The game should be at the usual retailers such as EB Games, Mighty Ape and JB Hi Fi. It is playable on the PS4 and Xbox One. 

I have got the game myself today and will try and fire up a review later this week to let you guys know if it's worth getting for yourself. 

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