testers must not divulge any information!

The Nintendo Switch Sports online playtests are almost here, and testers are forbidden from disclosing anything.

A few days ago, during the Nintendo Direct on February 9, Nintendo unveiled the brand new Nintendo Switch Sports game, a worthy successor to the famous Wii Sports. While it is expected for April 29, the firm is organizing a weekend of online playtests, which aims to evolve player satisfaction with the development of the game and to take the temperature a little.

On Twitter, Nintendo also announces the opening of registrations to participate, which you will need to complete before the test period. As a reminder, it is only accessible by players who have an active subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, a necessary condition to play online on the console. As for the test phases, they will take place as follows:

Saturday February 19

04:00 – 04:45

12:00 – 12:45

20:00 – 20:45

Sunday February 20

04:00 – 04:45

12:00 – 12:45

Be careful, do not reveal anything!

Of course, to participate without incident, you will have to respect certain rules, the most important being not to reveal anything about the game to anyone! No confidentiality agreement in sight, but the participants are strictly prohibited from “ publicly share information about the online game test, including sharing screenshots or video footage of the game on social media. » You have been warned.

During these 5 sessions of 45 minutes each, you will compete with players from all over the world, and will not be able to join the same game as your friends. Three disciplines will be accessible: bowling, tennis and chambara. Here is a little video reminder of the 3 other sports that the game will contain when it is released. See you on April 29 to discover the full game!

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