Nintendo testing free game trials with 'Mario Tennis Aces'

Nintendo testing free game trials with 'Mario Tennis Aces'

Nintendo testing free game trials with 'Mario Tennis Aces'

If you're a paying subscriber, you'll be able to download and play Mario Tennis Aces for free from August 7 through August 13 as part of the service's new "Game Trials" offer.

Have you ever been interested in trying out Mario Tennis Aces on the Nintendo Switch?

You'll only have a week to download the game to your system and try it out though it sounds as though this will be the full title instead of self-contained demo. Along with that, Mario Tennis Aces will be 33% off from August 7th to 20th, 2019, and anyone who has save progress from the free trial can transfer it over to the full game.

Nintendo has announced that Mario Tennis Aces will soon be completely free-to-play for a limited time.

The Game Trials scheme kicked off in Japan recently, offering up Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker to members there.

Is this "Game Trials" going to be a new benefit to having subscribed to Switch Online? If you would rather just purchase Mario Tennis Aces outright, it is now $50 on Amazon.

This is the first time Game Trials has been made available in Europe. We are still waiting on confirmation of an announcement if any will be revealed at all. That's right, you heard correctly, Nintendo is giving out a free game, for a few days, anyways.

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