Golf With Your Friends WORMS Crossover Update Now Live

Published: October 28, 2019 11:32 AM /


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Golf With Your Friends WORMS crossover update has launched for the titular mini-golf game that's packed full of physics-based mayhem. Now, things are about to get a little bit crazier with the addition of WORMS.

Golf With Your Friends is exactly what it says on the tin: a game where you can play golf with your friends. WORMS, on the other hand, is a game where worms try to blow each other up with heavy artillery because the mid-'90s were a lawless wasteland where anything goes in entertainment.

These two entertaining (and chaotic) experiences are being mashed together in the Golf With Your Friends WORMS update!

Golf With Your Friends WORMS Update

What's in the Golf With Your Friends WORMS Update?

Here's what players will experience in the Golf With Your Friends WORMS update:

  • A brand-new 18-hole course, appropriately-themed for the WORMS franchise
  • New mechanics including a jet pack, snap freeze, and more!
  • New WORMS-themed obstacles and hazards
  • ...and more!

The challenge of the obstacles really must be emphasized. WORMS is a game that doesn't shy away from explosions, so the gamers playing thing should expect to encounter mines, explosive barrels, sheep, super sheep, and the fearsome concrete donkey. (I don't even know what a concrete donkey is and I'm afraid.)

This sounds pretty wild, and the good news doesn't end here — this WORMS crossover update is being made available to all players for free, and it's out right now! If this sounds like your kind of jam, you can pick up Golf With Your Friends on Steam or on the Humble Store at the price of $7.99 or your regional equivalent. Check out the trailer below to see what the new content is like!

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What do you think of the Golf With Your Friends WORMS Update? What other crossovers would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below!

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