Tennis World Tour 2 Complete Edition (PS5) Review Tennis World Tour , released in 2018, didn’t exactly hit an ace with gamers with its rough gameplay and generally unpolished state.
Tennis World Tour 2: Complete Edition — The Bottom Line. Pros. Captures the feeling of tennis well. Plenty of players and courts to choose from. Smooth performance. Numerous upgrades over the previous edition. Cons. Difficulty level is uneven. Some character models need improvements. Gameplay is quite technical.
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At its best, the sequel captures the flow of real-world tennis, allowing you to push-and-pull your opponent around the court, before finishing them off with a well-placed winner down the line.
Tennis World Tour 2 – Complete Edition is a sterile, sluggish experience from start to finish, and has little in the way of reason to stick with it long-term. If you absolutely must play a tennis game, you might need to dig an older console out of the cupboard.
It’s a shame, as Tennis World Tour 2 – Complete Edition looks to be aiming high with a meaty, progressive online mode but it can’t happen without a thriving player community.
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Tennis World Tour 2 Complete Edition offers minor improvements, but it still remains a game not suited for casuals. Hardcore fans on the other hand will likely spend many hours with the game and will appreciate the new arenas, international tournaments, added players and gear that this edition brings to the table.