Nintendo Switch Sports Free Update on July 26 | Learn More Here
Nintendo Switch Sports
Nintendo Switch – US, EU, JP & ASIA
Get ready to work your body with the free update! Nintendo will release a free update for Nintendo Switch Sports. So, set your alarms as its coming on July 26 at 6:00 p.m. PT / 9:00 p.m. ET. The upcoming free update includes Leg Strap functionality for the Football matches, new Volleyball moves, and many more! So, are you ready to play sports with the new update?
Check out the full details below via Nintendo.
Beginning July 26 at 6:00 p.m. PT / 9:00 p.m. ET, a free software update will be available that kicks things up a notch and adds a number of new features to the game. You’ll be able to turn your real-life kicks into powerful in-game actions in full Soccer matches, pull off fancy new moves in Volleyball, and even reach for higher ranks in the Pro League!
Ready to lace up your metaphorical cleats for Spocco Square after applying the update? In Four-on-Four and One-on-One Soccer matches you’ll be able to use a Joy-Con controller and a Leg Strap accessory (included in the physical version of the game, and also available to purchase separately in the My Nintendo Store and at select retailers). Use a kicking motion in real life and the game will transform your movements into in-game actions. Likewise, you can also move your hands, just like you’re jogging in place, to dash in the game. If you play this way, your in-game kicks will be more powerful.
This new update for the Nintendo Switch Sports game isn’t just for Leg Strap players, though. You may want to try pulling off fancy new moves for Volleyball—the Slide Attack and Rocket Serve. Make your spikes even more unpredictable or catch your opponents by surprise right from the start of the match!
Plus, have you already brought your “A game” to the competition? With this update you can reach for even greater heights when you play online* in the Pro League with the addition of the new S Rank and ∞ Rank. When you aren’t spiking, swinging or striking for the new ranks in random matchmaking, you’ll be able to easily join Friend Matches using Room IDs.
Nintendo Switch Sports is a sports simulation game from Nintendo. This is the third main installment in the Wii Sports game series.
It includes the sports from the previous games such as tennis, bowling, and kendo. Plus, three new sports are added: soccer, volleyball, and badminton.
Here’s the official description below from Nintendo below.
A sports collection to 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 included Leg Strap accessory to kick the ball in a Soccer Shoot-Out. 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!
Note: The availability of all items is subject to change without prior notice.
Read more about the game > HERE <
- Motion controls will get you moving and help turn your real-world actions into in-game movements
- Use the Leg Strap accessory to kick the ball in a Soccer Shoot-Out or, after a free update this summer, in Soccer matches as well
- Play online** and challenge random opponents to earn in-game rewards like clothing, gear and much more or reach the Pro League
- Play with friends and family locally* or online**—in some sports, you and a friend can even team up on the same system to take on other teams online
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