Jab, uppercut, and dodge along to the rhythm of twenty pop hits and three original tracks in Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise, launching for Nintendo Switch on Friday 4th December. Players can start their daily boxing routine in Daily Exercise mode for a guided workout, or build their own session from scratch in Free Training mode. Friends and family members can work out together, each using one Joy-Con for a two-player training session. For an overview of what the game has to offer, take a look at the new Out now – Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise (Nintendo Switch) trailer.
The six original instructors from the first Fitness Boxing game are back, and three new coaches are joining the ring: Karen, Hiro and Janice. These virtual trainers will be here to support and encourage players during their workout sessions. Customisation options such as clothing items, accessories, and more can be unlocked for each trainer as the player completes fitness routines.
Owners of Fitness Boxing can import their stats to Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise and continue their progress. Players can set their fitness goals and keep track of various stats like daily calorie burn and punches thrown in the Calendar by completing workouts regularly. For newcomers, a free demo is also available for download on Nintendo eShop.
Source: Nintendo UK
I played the first game and I thought it was fun but the motion controls didn’t feel tight in the later lessons and I lost interest because it was frustrating to try to score well when the motion stuff got trickier. I wonder if this sequel fixes these issues.