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AO Tennis 2: Bigben and Big Ant Studios Announce Second Australian Open-Based Game

Bigben and Big Ant Studios announced that AO Tennis 2, the second game of the Australian Open-based franchise, is scheduled for a 2020 release.

AO Tennis 2

Bigben and Big Ant Studios will look to bring tennis fans “from the outside courts to center-stage glory” in the second game of the Australian Open-based game. Big Ant Studios said that they have listened to their community by improving the gaming experience from the first game of the franchise, and have added new features to this year’s game.

The new AO Tennis game will feature a brand new narrative-driven career mode. And in this new career mode, “success for a young talented player depends as much on external events as great play on the court.” This, in turn, will give gamers an immersive look into the world of professional tennis.

Players will also be able to use Big Ant’s content editor in order to customize every facet of the game. Big Ant also announced that all user-created content from AO Tennis can be used in AO Tennis 2.

The game will also feature a roster featuring some of the best tennis players from the ATP and WTA, including Rafael Nadal, Ash Barty, and Angelique Kerber. In addition, all the venues that will be used in the 2020 Australian Open will be available in AO Tennis 2.

If you want to see what the game looks like, check out the trailer for it down below:

Bigben and Big Ant announced that the new AO Tennis game will be released on January 9, 2020 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC. For more gaming news, be sure to keep checking out the SGO site.

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