After having previewed the new incarnation of the arcade football brand signed Nintendo, Mario, Bowser and all the inhabitants of the Mushroom Kingdom invite us to test the title in first person, thanks to the "First Kick". The download will be available from today, Friday 27 May, for all owners of Nintendo Switch Online and will be playable in the days of 4 and 5 June. Following, the official communication from Nintendo, including game times:
The “First Kick” offers Nintendo Switch Online subscribers the chance to try Mario Strikers: Battle League Football online mode before the game launches.
A Nintendo Switch Online membership is required to play First Kick.
Players with a Nintendo Switch Online subscription will be able to download First Kick from Friday 27 May.
Online play will only be available from Saturday 4th to Sunday 5th June during the specific timeslots listed below:
Saturday 4th June 05: 00-06: 00 CEST
Saturday 4th June 13: 00-14: 00 CEST
Saturday 4th June 21: 00-22: 00 CEST
Sunday 5 June 5: 00-06: 00 CEST
Sunday 5 June 13: 00-14: 00 CEST
Sunday 5 June 21: 00-22: 00 CEST
First Kick requires an internet connection to play, even if just to play the tutorial offline. If the player is offline when he tries to play the tutorial, he will not be able to play.
Players will no longer be able to download First Kick from Monday 6th June.
In short, a small chance to get your hands on Mario Strikers Battle League Footbal ahead of time and test the quality of the title, perhaps in the company of some friends.
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