Nintendo Switch Sports is a sports game and the third game in the Wii Sports series, developed and published by Nintendo.
It includes a selection of various sports, including volleyball, tennis, football, and more.
Golf also includes a Shot Assist mode for beginners. LAN Play allows up to eight players across multiple Switch consoles to play together.
Golf will be added as the game's seventh playable sport later this month, bringing a total of 21 holes from the Wii Sports series.
Players will also be able to play against each other in local and online modes, as well as an 8-player last-man-standing mode called Survival Golf.
Mario Battle: Strikers has sold 1.91 million units since June 30th. Total Switch titles sold worldwide have crossed 863.59 million.
Volleyball now has two new moves - Slide Attack and Rocket Serve - and you can now turn off nicknames and titles of opponents.
In its latest update, Nintendo Switch Sports will now allow players to pull off new moves in Volleyball. Football is also getting some love through leg strap options.
Meanwhile, Nintendo Switch Sports topped the software charts, while the rest of the games in the top 10 were all also Switch titles.
Evil Dead: The Game was the only major debut this week in the region with 79 percent of sales on PlayStation (56 percent on PS5).
Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa says Nintendo Switch Sports has enjoyed a strong start in terms of sales in all regions.
Meanwhile, another PS5 restock saw boosted sales for platform exclusive Horizon Forbidden West, which took the No. 3 spot.
The Wii Sports successor has debuted on top of the UK charts, while LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga drops down to second place.
Play sports like Tennis, Soccer, Badminton, Bowling, Volleyball and Chambara on the Switch with support for local and online multiplayer.
Nintendo Switch Sports is launching later this month, on April 29, and Nintendo continues to ramp up its marketing.
Another new trailer for Nintendo Switch Sports shows several glimpses of gameplay ahead of the title's looming launch.
Nintendo Switch Sports will launch in April with six sports, with a seventh confirmed to be coming post-launch- though more could be added further down the line.
Nintendo Switch Sports is a new instalment in the Wii Sports series, with online play tests for the game set for later this month.