Nintendo Switch Sports credits hide this Easter Egg

Nintendo Switch Sports credits hide this Easter Egg

A few days ago, Nintendo Switch Sports went on sale, a game that seeks to transport us back to the year 2006 playing Wii Sports with family and friends. Many have already won the title this weekend – and they must be with some rather curious laces right now. In general, the game is meeting expectations quite well. Switch Sports has managed to maintain the essence of the original edition very well, and we know that it will give much more to talk about. During these first days, the Internet has been filled with details, tricks and curiosities about this game. One of the most interesting is a very curious Easter Egg that unlocks a permanent upgrade for the Nintendo Switch game.

Nintendo Switch Sports also has Easter Eggs

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Wii Sports was not only a wildly original game, it was also full of secrets . Very simple details that you could discover little by little to temporarily customize the game a little. For example, by pressing certain buttons during loading screens, some changes were applied to the games (for example, playing with a blue tennis court).

It was clear that with Switch Sports, the thing would be similar. We still don’t know many Easter Eggs for this game, but those who have given it a go this weekend have already discovered a rather curious one .

The trick has been discovered by Twitter user @nintenmau5, and it’s in the credits . As Nintendo Switch Sports is not a game with an ending, if we want to see the list of people who have worked on the title, we will have to access the credits manually. They are found within the game settings menu.

Once the credits start, a small minigame will be activated in the lower right corner of the screen. Our character will be able to hit a tennis ball with the racket and the ball will bounce in the credits. This type of minigame is quite typical of Nintendo, and is very common in the Super Smash Bros. franchise. Well, to do this trick you will have to hit the ball 50 times in a row , without losing it. You will not need to count the hits, as you will have a marker on the screen.

What is unlocked with this Easter Egg?

Well, if you want to discover the surprise yourself, then read no further and head straight to your Nintendo Switch for some backhands on the tennis ball.