More than just a demo, Game Trials is a new scheme for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers which lets them play the full version of a game for a limited time. 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. If you purchase the game during the trial, all progress will carry over.
Running from August 7 to August 13, the first Game Trial game for Europe is Mario Tennis Aces.
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Players who are now using or have yet to use the 7-day free trial of Nintendo Switch Online can also take advantage of the Game Trial. Nintendo is making Mario Tennis Aces 33% off through August 20 to entice people to do just that. The offer will be available to all subscribers to Nintendo's online service in North America, Europe, and Japan.
Even if you're not particularly fussed about Mario Tennis Aces, there's a second layer to today's announcement. Well, now with Nintendo "Game Trials" this might end that unease. The game featured a story mode with tough challenges to experience and supports motion controls if you want to pretend like you're the hottest tennis star in the Mushroom Kingdom.