Nintendo Switch Sports Will Remind You of Wii Sports When it Launches on April 29

Nintendo found a ton of success with Wii Sports on the Nintendo Wii and they are looking to do it again with the newly announced Nintendo Switch Sports for Nintendo Switch.

The game is set to launch on April 29 for $39.99 and will features games such as bowling, tennis, soccer, volleyball, and more. To make things even better you will be able to play all of the sports either locally or online. Nintendo plans to run an online playtest between February 18 and 20 to test the online features before launch.

You can check out the trailer and learn more about the game below.

Swing, Kick, Spike, and Bowl Your Way to Victory in a Sports Collection that Will Get the Whole Family Moving

Get moving with Soccer, Volleyball, Bowling, Tennis, Badminton, and Chambara (Swordplay) using Joy-Con controllers! Controls are intuitive, so you can hit the court (or lanes, or field, or arena) and get started. With controlled motions you can curve your bowling ball, add spin to a tennis shot, or even use a Joy-Con with the Leg Strap accessory to kick the ball in a Soccer Shootout. Family and friends can join in on the fun on the same system or online. Plus a seventh sport is planned to be added via a free update this fall; get ready to Golf!

Play Online and Face Opponents Near and Far to earn In-Game Rewards or Aim for the Pro League

Face off against opponents worldwide and strive to reach the Pro League in every sport. As you play online in random matchmaking, redeem points you earn for in-game rewards like outfits, sports accessories, gear, and much more for your avatar. The selection of items will rotate each week, so check back and see what’s in stock!

Play with Friends and Family in the Same Room or Across the World

Bowl, spike, and duel with friends in all six sports! Pass a Joy-Con controller to a friend for some one-versus-one, two-versus-two, or a free-for-all that will get everyone moving. In Bowling, all players can bowl simultaneously—no waiting for your turn. Play each game online, or team up with a friend on the same system to take on opponents near and far in team sports like Volleyball and Tennis.

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