A demo for the upcoming Nintendo Switch version of Cyberspace, Cybersport, is live.
Polygon’s Brian Fargo first spotted the Nintendo Switch demo video and got in touch with Nintendo’s marketing department, which confirmed that it was indeed the real deal.
The game looks pretty similar to the one showcased at Nintendo’s recent Nintendo Switch reveal, featuring the familiar familiar Cyberscape style, along with a few tweaks.
It also looks pretty much the same as the version of the game shown off by the Electronic Entertainment Expo, which has the title CyberSpace.
It’s not quite as polished as the console’s version, though.
It features some of the same basic controls, but it has more customization options than the console version, which you can select by flipping the switches on the side of the screen.
The demo also has a few more new features, such as the ability to create new characters and even the ability for you to customize your character with a new weapon.
The only real change is that you’ll need to be online at the time the game is played to unlock those abilities.
It will also be available in digital form, which means that you can save your progress and transfer it to the Switch.
In terms of gameplay, you can choose between a simple “tour” mode and a “matchmaking” mode, which will allow you to battle other players or even a “friend” with the ability, and if you choose the latter you can take part in a “casual” mode.
At least, that’s the way it looks.
I don’t know what to make of it at all.
Cyberspace is set to release on the Nintendo eShop sometime in early 2018 for $49.99.