Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Videogame – Demo available, free updates, digital pre-purchases

SEGA have released a demo version for Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Videogame in Japan. It allows you to try out the following sports:

  • 110m hurdles
  • Tennis (Singles, Doubles)
  • 200m individual medley (swimming)

All sports can be played with 2 players, including Tennis (Doubles) where you can play in co-op. The demo also lets you customise your avatar, and transfer your save data to the full version of the game if you’re convinced by this demo.

The demo for Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Videogame is available until July 17th, and be played until July 23rd for those who have downloaded it. Here’s some screenshots for it:

By the way, SEGA have announced that the game will get additional sports as free updates. Here’s the schedule:

  • September: Rugby
  • November: Judo
  • February: Climbing
  • April: 4x100m Relay

It’s quite likely that the western version of the game will already have all (or at least some) of those sports already included.

Finally, Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Videogame is now available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop in Japan. It costs 5 389 Yen, and requires 3.8GB of free space. It does offer an English language option, which is quite interesting as there will not be a European or North American release until next year.

Here’s some more screenshots:

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Videogame (Switch) comes out on July 24th in Japan, and next year in Europe and North America.

Source: Gamer / Nintendo


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