In an unsurprising, but welcomed addition to the ever growing library of Nintendo exclusives, the newest Mario & Sonic at the Olympics has been unveiled at Nintendo’s Treehouse Direct at E3.
As the trailer showed, the licensed Tokyo 2020 Olympic game will feature a selection of sports that includes both old and new. Among the additions are surfing, skateboarding, karate, and sport climbing, joining staples like gymnastics, swimming, 110m hurdles, football, equestrian, and archery. You can play with local split-screen and online multiplayer, with the game built to support full motion control support from the Joy-Con controllers.
Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games will be released in November 2019.
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