The Nintendo Switch version was initially released without several of the 2006 title's classic games. Now, fans of the series will soon have access to 21 holes from the original Wii game, along with casual modes for friendly games and a new survival golf mode. Nintendo has not disclosed additional details about what exactly this survival mode entails, bu you will need to "swing to avoid elimination."
"Get ready to grab that iron & step up to the tee," Nintendo wrote on Twitter alongside the announcement.
Get ready to grab that iron & step up to the tee!
The #NintendoSwitchSports Golf update will arrive on 11/28, and will include a total of 21 holes from the Wii Sports series. Swing to avoid elimination in Survival Golf, or enjoy some casual competition with friends and family! pic.twitter.com/yzhn7NQBUv
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) November 22, 2022
Nintendo has not yet confirmed whether additional sports from the flagship Wii title, including boxing and baseball, will make their way to Switch Sports. The addition of golf marks the new title's second large update and moves its total number of games to seven, though it is still far from the expansive catalog of Wii Sports Resort.
Look for Nintendo Switch Sports' much-missed golf update on November 28.
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