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Boom Boom It’s Coming To Mario Tennis Aces

Super Mario Bros. 3 mid boss it’s coming to Mario Tennis Aces in tomorrow’s update 2.20, with this update players will also add court selection and hosted matches.

Check this trailer down below:

Read the patch notes below:

Version 2.2.0

  • Changes to Menu
    • Added Court Selection screen to Free Play and Swing Mode. If you go to Change Rules and choose Select every time under Court, the Court Selection screen will appear after the character-selection screen.
      • You will still be able to choose All, Stadium Only, or Custom.
    • The character-selection screen for Online Tournament, Standard Class, and Simple Class will start with the cursor on the character you used the previous time.
    • Changed the menu flow after Online Tournament match is done.
  • System Changes
    • Changed amount of Energy increase from pulling off a successful block when Doubles Partner is using Zone Speed to half the amount of a successful block without the use of Zone Speed.
      • Using Zone Speed in Singles and pulling off a successful block or Trick Shot will not restore Energy, but it will restore Energy when your partner uses it in Doubles.
    • Slightly increased the length of the period that time is frozen after blocking opponent’s Special Shot in Doubles.
    • Added Shot Button + X Button to Powerful Shot controls. Press the A Button and X Button at the same time for a topspin Powerful Shot, press the B Button and X Button at the same time for a slice Powerful Shot, and press the Y Button and X Button for a flat Powerful Shot.
  • Co-op Challenge Boo Hunt Returns
    • This Co-op Challenge will be available again from the distribution of Ver. 2.2.0 until 9:00 AM on March 1st, 2019. Co-op Challenge is a mode for online play which will only be held for a certain period of time.
      • Nintendo Switch Online membership is required to play Co-op Challenge.
    • Boo Hunt is a Challenge played in Swing Mode where a four-player team is formed among friends or players encountered at that time online to achieve an objective together. (If each player has a controller, up to four players can play on one Nintendo Switch.)
      • You can acquire three different-colored Boo visors by achieving objectives.
    • If there aren’t four total players, the necessary number of COM players will be added after a certain amount of time has passed.
  • Added Hosted Matches
    • Added the Hosted Match mode which allows players to easily compete against each other in singles matches through LAN Play or Online Play.
    • Besides the two players in the match, an additional player will participate as the host and control match settings as well as which screen to show on the monitor.
    • Three Nintendo Switch systems are required for a Hosted Match—one for each of the two players and one for the host.
      • A LAN cable (sold separately) is required for LAN Play.
      • Nintendo Switch Online membership is required to play an online Hosted Match. Players must also be registered as a friend on the host’s Nintendo Switch system.

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