Nintendo Switch Sports couldn’t be coming at a better time

In case you’ve spent the past few days living under a Donkey Kong barrel, it’s finally happened. Nintendo has confirmed the upcoming release of Nintendo Switch Sports, a successor to one of the best-selling video games of all time, Wii Sports, even if it was a pack-in title.

As announced during the company’s first Nintendo Direct event of the year, the Wii game is getting a full refresh in time for an April 2022 release. And while some people may typically have mixed feelings about companies remaking their most popular games, it’s hard to deny that news of a Wii Sports remake has been incredibly well-received.

Finally, a worthy successor

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From what we’ve seen so far about the much-anticipated Nintendo Switch Sports, it’s set to reintroduce updated versions of fan-favorite minigames such as tennis and bowling. The newest installment will add badminton, soccer, volleyball, and chambara into the mix, while golf will also make a comeback later on this year as part of a free update.

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