Sunday, May 22nd, 2022

Matchpoint-Tennis Championship Swings to Switch This Spring

Kalypso Media and Australian developer Torus Games have announced Matchpoint-Tennis Championships, a brand new “immersive tennis experience” for Switch.

Focusing on “realistic scenarios and player reactions,” the game will be released this spring on Switch and other platforms. Players are said to be able to use a variety of tactics, player positioning, and “real ball physics” to jump to their opponents in tournaments and competitions.

The title boasts an “extensive” career mode and unique rival system (see feature list below for details), Daniil Medvedev, Garbinem Gruza, Andreel Bleff, Casper Ruud, Hubert Hurkaczs, Nick Kyrgios, Benoit Paire, Heather Watson, Hugo Gaston, Madison Keys, Victoria Azarenka, Carlos Alcaraz, Pablo Carreño Busta.

Feature list:
Start your journey in single player or online multiplayer.
Deep Career Mode with a merit-based ranking system enables accurate and competitive matchmaking.

Create a 3D tennis star. Choose your look, fashion, and playstyle with a variety of customization options, including real-world techniques such as left-handed or right-handed, one-handed, or two-handed backhand.

Dominate the court as a tennis professional. Matchpoint-The Tennis Championships will feature 16 real-life international tennis stars from the Pro Circuit, including Nick Kyrgios, Kei Nishikori and Amanda Anisimova.

Fully customize athletes and wearables. The game features gear from all the famous tennis brands such as Uniqlo and Head, allowing players to use their equipment, from rackets to clothing. Win competitive matches and unlock special equipment.

Master all strokes and shots in a magnificent style. Choose the best technique at the moment, such as topspin, flat, lob, slice shot, etc. to determine the outcome of the rally.

Play against your opponent in a local or online match. Defeat challenging AI opponents or challenge your friends and rivals to a virtual tennis duel.

Study the movements and tactics of your rivals. Watch your opponents, understand their strengths and weaknesses, and gain tactical advantages before you go to court.

Practice makes perfection: Hire a personal coach to hone your skills. Use the in-game coaching system of individual training modules to enhance your strengths and reduce your weaknesses.

Tweak your tactics in practice and training modes. Dive into a variety of mini-games, hone your perfect game and help your court be evaluated.

Take part in exhibition matches at spectacular venues around the world. Each court has its own characteristics. Study playgrounds and adapt the game to lawns, clay and hardcourts.

Playback mode. Capture the most intense rallies and decisive match points on film and examine the results to improve your game.

In particular, the Switch version screenshots and footage haven’t been shown yet, but there are some PC screens you can check out in the meantime.

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