The tournament starts on June 1 at 6:00pm JST and will be available until June 3 at 11:59pm JST. Not only will Nintendo unveil Super Smash Bros Switch for the first time, but it will also be hosting an invitational Smash Bros tournament featuring some big names in the competitive scene.
The "Mario Tennis Aces" Pre-Launch Tournament will have four playable characters: Mario, Peach, Yoshi and Bowser. The winners of each match will earn points based on their performance, with five additional characters to unlock by gaining enough points. Nintendo won't say who those characters are yet, but we have a pretty good idea. Players will be able to compete against other people online. The game adds a ton of new mechanics such as parrying, controlling time, and the ability to break your opponent's racket. The announcement even shows off Mario in his classic outfit which may be a reward for those who participate.
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Nintendo has revealed the dates for an upcoming Mario Tennis Aces tournament, which is being used as an early access beta for the game.
The Mario Tennis series is about to faithfully revived in Mario Tennis Aces.
The intuitive and deep gameplay allows for exciting competitions in the living room or, really, anywhere using the power of Nintendo Switch.
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News on the latest entry in the Mario Tennis series has been relatively quiet in the past few months.
Mario Tennis Aces will release for Nintendo Switch on June 22.
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