Thus, Nintendo Switch Sports limits the possibility of unlocking to users without using Nintendo Switch Online

We get an interesting post related to one of the most unique games in the Nintendo Switch catalog. We are talking in this case about Nintendo Switch Sports.

Specifically, we were able to discover Limit on unlockables that those who do not have a Nintendo Switch Online account have. These are the details confirmed in the message below:

  • Nintendo Switch Online users have no restrictions on unlockable items
  • If a person does not have this service, he can only get two items per week
  • If you’re playing online with someone else, only the one with an unlimited Nintendo Switch Online account will unlock the other and only twice a week
  • Next, the game recommends switching from a single account to a family account on the Nintendo Switch Online, which is more expensive (about $15 per year)

What do you think? If you’re interested, you can take a look at our full coverage of the title, available since last April 29, at this link.

Nintendo Switch Sports: Players will need to racket, kick and smash their way to victory in this sports package that puts them in the throes of action! Play in person or online with family and friends, or challenge players from all over the world in this remake of the classic Wii Sports series. Players will compete in six sports using the Joy-Con controllers, including football, volleyball, bowling, tennis, badminton, and chambara (a type of sword fighting). The movements they actually make will be faithfully reproduced in the game.

Additionally, players will be able to use the Joy-Con controller along with the leg strap attachment (which is included in the physical version of the game) to kick the ball in Duel Soccer mode. On the other hand, a free update is planned in the fall that will add an additional sport to the catalog: golf! It’s time to get into the action and work out at Nintendo Switch Sports, which will be available on April 29th.


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