Health Boxing 2: Rhythm & Train shipments and digital gross sales high 500,000

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Worldwide shipments and digital sales for Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise have exceeded 500,000 units, according to publisher Imagineer.

The continuation of the practice rhythm game was released for Switch on December 3, 2020 in Japan and on December 4, worldwide. A demo is also available.

In addition, free add-ons for “No Mercy Intensity” are now available for trainers Janice, Martina and Sophie. The training intensity was previously approved for Lin and Evan.

Here is an overview of the game on Nintendo.com:

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Train at home and beat to the beat.

Jab, uppercut, dodge and more to catchy pop songs in this rhythmic boxing game! Give a Joy-Con controller to an exercise partner and box together in time.

Customize your workout with the help of a virtual trainer.

Choose from nine virtual teachers, choose a level of difficulty from easy to difficult and let your trainer prepare a training for you, or create one yourself from scratch with the free training. Check out detailed examples, practice specific movements, and get helpful feedback from your trainer to get the most out of your workout

Key Features

  • Warm up with the original fitness boxing game, then transfer your profile to Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Movement game.
  • Keep your progress over the original fitness boxing game and transfer your profile to Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise game.
  • Get your daily workout and boxing (and bop) in time. Pass a Joy-Con controller (or two) to a training partner to enjoy a two-player boxing session led by your game teacher. These virtual trainers have different personalities and styles. Try them out and find the one that suits you best! Complete achievements to get tickets that you can redeem for outfits to keep your trainer fit.
  • Regardless of the difficulty you’re playing at, you can repeat certain exercises to practice or view detailed examples to observe perfect form.
  • Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is a way to take part in a guided workout, track your activities, and hear some popular, upbeat jams.

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