Best sports games for Nintendo Switch 2022

Mario Tennis Aces
Mario Tennis Aces (Image credit: Nintendo)

With its HD Rumble, Joy-Con controls, and focus on couch co-op or competition, the Nintendo Switch is perfect for sports games. And though it didn't boast many at launch, slowly but surely, the system has acquired some excellent sports titles from major franchises and indie developers, making some of the best Nintendo Switch games you can buy right now. Whether you're looking for something silly or realistic, these are the best Switch sports games.

Get your sport fix on Switch

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While we may not all be athletic, sports is something that everyone can enjoy, whether it's actually actively participating or spectating. But sports-themed video games let us play whenever we want and have fun doing it. The Switch didn't start with many sports titles in its library, but it's steadily growing over time.

We like all of these sports games, but which one should you get? Naturally, it depends on which sports you like, but if you want something that many different people can pick up and learn quickly, Mario Tennis Aces is it. It's not only tremendously fun, but also lets up to four people play at a time. Be sure to grab it with the tennis racket accessory for your Nintendo Switch if you really want to turn it up a notch.

And if you want to actually burn some calories while you're playing video games, then make sure to get Ring Fit Adventure. It has a ton of different exercises to do, and believe me, you do work up a sweat playing, so it does work and costs less than a year of a gym membership!

Christine Chan

Christine Romero-Chan was formerly a Senior Editor for iMore. She has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently part of the Digital Trends team, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.

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