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Shot-Online Season 2
Game Description:The Popular MMO Golf Simulation Game's 2nd Edition to offer new characters, courses, modes and more. The new season begins with a new golfer -- Camilla is a 26-year-old Brazilian who tees off for the first time in Season 2. The new Pearl Green Island course looks like a resort island in the tropics and has a difficulty level between that of the Cadeiger and Rufus Arena. New game modes include a new four-player 'Las Vegas Game Mode' (where the highest and lowest level team members are paired together then changed up after every team match according to their score on the previous hole), a new 'Worldwide Arena' (where all Shot-Online players will now be able to record their scores of the World Championship and check their ranking for the tournament has now been included), a new 'My Course Ranking' feature, an updated Messenger will help players manage the friend list, guild member list and graduate fellows list all in one form, and much more!
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