Move over Wuhu
Nintendo has shared some screenshots on their official Twitter account, giving players a peak at a few of the locations within the world of Nintendo Switch Sports.
The area is called SPOCCO Square and replaces the beloved Wuhu Island setting of Wii Sports Resort. Judging by the looks of it, the art design fits in well with slightly newer direction this followup to Wii Sports is taking.
Nintendo Switch Sports releases on April 29th with six sports immediately playable: Bowling, Volleyball, Soccer, Tennis, Badminton, and Swordplay. Golf is set for a return as free DLC in the fall.