When will Nintendo switch sports come out

It’s official! Nintendo has announced that Nintendo Switch Sports, a sequel to Wii Sports, is getting a sequel. You will be thrilled to know that the release date for Nintendo Sports is not far away! So, When will Nintendo Sports come out? Keep reading our blog to find out.

The new Nintendo Sports will feature fan-favorite sports activities such as bowling and tennis. It’s a given that Nintendo Sports will be a huge hit once it is released. Want to know more about Nintendo Sports? Here are all the details below.

The official Release date for Nintendo Switch Sports

The official release date for Nintendo Sports is 29th April 2022. This means that you don’t have to wait long for the new Nintendo sequel. The new Nintendo Sports will be in your hand before you even know it.

How to pre-order Nintendo Switch Sports?

You can pre-order your Nintendo Switch Sports digital version from the official Nintendo website right now. However, other popular retailers such as Amazon or GAME haven’t listed this product yet. Furthermore, the physical version for Nintendo Switch Sports does not have an official page yet.

Whether you want to buy Nintendo Sports for yourself, or gift it to your loved ones, this is the right time for a pre-order.

What’s the price for Nintendo Switch Sports?

The new Nintendo Sports has a price range of £30.99 GBP for those who are downloading it digitally. Though, if you prefer physical versions, you might want to wait for them. The boxed version of Nintendo Sports will arrive with a special leg-strap accessory. Waiting for the physical version will be worth it after all.

Nintendo Switch Sports gameplay

You probably have many questions regarding the new Nintendo Sports gameplay. The gameplay supports local multiplayer as well as online multiplayer modes. This means that you can play the games with all of your online friends as well. The gameplay will have a large number of sports activities that you can take part in through your Joy-Con controllers.

You can also take part in the Pro League. Pro League provides you an opportunity to earn a rank and move up the ranking system. It’s the best place to practice your skills and show them to the world. You also have options for customizing your game Avatar. You can customize your avatar with items you collect online. This sure sounds like a lot of fun.

What sports activities will Nintendo Switch Sports feature?

Nintendo has confirmed that the new Nintendo Sports will feature the following sports activities:

  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Bowling
  • Tennis
  • Badminton
  • Chambara (swordplay)

You can also look forward to two post-launch updates to Nintendo. One of the updates will add golf to Nintendo Sports. You can expect to see golf in the list of playable games around autumn 22. Even though it’s not officially confirmed, you can expect other sports activities such as boxing in the future. These were a part of Nintendo back in the day and might make a comeback soon.

When will the demo take place?

Before the official launch of Nintendo Switch, a demo will take place. If you want a sneak-peek at the gameplay of Nintendo Switch Sports, you should tune in for the Nintendo Sports demo. The official timing for the demo is listed below:

Saturday 19th February

  • 3am – 3:45am (UK time)
  • 11am – 11:45am (UK time)
  • 7pm – 7:45pm (UK time)

Sunday 20th February

  • 3am – 3:45am (UK time)
  • 11am – 11:45am (UK time)

If you want to take part in the new Nintendo Sports demo, you need to have a Switch console, an active internet connection, and an online Nintendo Switch membership. You can register yourself for the demo soon through the official website. Keep in mind that you can’t join the demo with your Switch Lite as it doesn’t have detachable Joy-Cons.


Nintendo is going to officially launch their new Nintendo Sports this year at the end of April. If you fancy physical versions, stay tuned for the launch of the box version. Do take part in the demo if you want to get an earlier look at the gameplay and functioning of the Nintendo Switch Sports.  

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