Mario Tennis Aces Free Trial Confirmed For Nintendo Switch Online Subscribers
A Mario Tennis Aces free trial has been announced today for Europe.
Nintendo UK confirmed that from August 7th until August 13th, all Nintendo Switch Online subscribers will be able to try out Mario Tennis Aces for free. The game will also be available with a 33% off discount until August 20th, and progress will carry over the trial version.
— Nintendo UK (@NintendoUK) August 1, 2019
The free game trials seem to be something that Nintendo may continue to push in the future. Earlier this week, it's been confirmed that Captain Toad Treasure Tracker will be available as a free trial for Japanese Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, so we may be getting a rotating line-up of titles.
Mario Tennis Aces comes with a fast-paced and engaging gameplay experience and plenty of play modes. The game is one of the best entries in the series and one of the best games available on the Nintendo Switch.
The game even has a few more goofy modes, like a motion control only mode for JoyCon which can even include giant balls, a Tournament mode where you can play with CPUs, and loads of rules and courts you can change around for matches with up to four friends in doubles matches. If you’re the kind of gamer that enjoys sitting back with friends and playing multiplayer, this is great – and there’s online play too if you’ve got no one local.
Mario Tennis Aces is easily among the best games in the franchise, and on Switch it looks rather lovely – even if there are a fair few jaggies in the image on a larger TV to allow for 60FPS gameplay. Though, in motion, you won’t be noticing them at all. The characters and courts all look wonderful and have the expected level of Nintendo polish.
Mario Tennis Aces is now available in all regions on Nintendo Switch. The game will be available for free for a limited time next week to all Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.
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