During that event, players can download and play a version of Mario Tennis Aces as part of an online tournament.
We're about a month away from Mario Tennis Aces, and hot off the heels of the online tournament announcement yesterday we've got a new, story mode focused trailer. This time, a story mode will accompany the tennis action as players explore the island as Mario and face off in various challenges. It's up to Mario to solve the mystery of the island and find a way to save his brother.
In addition to Luigi getting his hands on what appears to be the Infinity Gauntlet of tennis rackets, the cutscenes also show Wario and Waluigi in some spooky new forms.
"Mario Tennis Aces brings a new level of skill and competition to Nintendo Switch". Each racket effects Mario's attack, defense and durability so choose wisely.
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There's a lot to look forward to with this new iteration of the Mario Tennis series, with plenty of new moves and lots of other reasons to come back to the sports franchise, even if you thought you'd seen all it had to offer.
After that, Mario, Yoshi, Bowser and the rest of the characters will hit the courts in the full game coming on June 22. Of course, Mario Tennis Aces will have to contend with Super Smash Bros, which will undoubtedly be the star of Nintendo's press conference.
We're also expecting a few surprises, so assuming Nintendo announces some more first-party titles for the Switch, then 2018 is shaping up to be a big year for the the console. Let us know in the comments section below.