Mario Tennis Aces launched for Nintendo Switch final yr, and it is steadily added new DLC characters over time. Now, data-miners have found references to a pair of latest characters that might come to the whimsical tennis sport some level sooner or later.
Link, the hero of the Legend of Zelda franchise, would possibly grow to be a playable character sooner or later, the data-mine suggests. Also found have been Dark Link and Champion’s Tunic outfits that might presumably have the ability to be unlocked. It’s additionally been reported that Baby Mario is likely to be coming to Mario Tennis Aces, based on data apparently found in the game.
Datamine proof suggests Link might grow to be a playable character in #MarioTennisAces , with Dark Link and Champion’s Tunic alts being supplied via the Online Tournament (requiring 500 and 2000 factors respectively to unlock them). pic.twitter.com/qx54WAWrQB
DO NOT suppose that Link is 100% coming to Mario Tennis Aces. In addition to not each Aces datamine being professional, Camelot does have a behavior of placing issues out and in of the information, as we have seen with further levels. https://t.co/c6bAWpgFBs
— Mario Tennis Aces Club (@MarioTennisClub) January 15, 2019
However, because the MarioTennisClub Twitter fan account reminds everybody, information mined from the sport’s information may not essentially be consultant of what is really coming to the sport sooner or later. Sometimes content material present in sport information, particularly for developer Camelot, is rarely launched publicly.
If Nintendo is ready to announce new content material for Mario Tennis Aces, January is likely to be a becoming time. After all, one of many greatest tennis tournaments of the yr, the Australian Open, is going down proper now in Melbourne, so Nintendo may even see that as a possibility to piggyback on the elevated curiosity in tennis worldwide.
A variety of DLC characters have already been launched for Mario Tennis Aces, together with Birdo, Shy Guy, Koopa Paratroopa, and Petey Piranha.
Mario Tennis Aces launched in June 2018 completely for the Nintendo Switch. In our review, creator Justin Clark acknowledged, “Off-beat stages and creative use of characters from the Marioverse ensure that you’ll never lose sight of simply having fun, but don’t let the adorable exterior trick you; Aces takes its unorthodox tennis very seriously.”