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Fitness Boxing removed eShop

Nintendo and Imagineer will be removing Fitness Boxing from the Switch eShop, the two companies have announced.

This appears to be a worldwide decision. The news is already confirmed for Europe and Japan so Nintendo should be following up soon for North American users as well.

In a rather unexpected move, Imagineer announced today that Fitness Boxing will have its own anime. It will begin airing on October 1 through Tokyo MX.

It goes without saying, but the show is based on the previously-released Switch titles. Fitness Boxing came to Switch in January 2019. Its sequel, Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise, launched in December 2020.

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Imagineer has provided a sales update on Fitness Boxing, its rhythmic exercise title for Switch. Since launch, the game has shipped over one million copies (including digital sales).

A similar milestone was announced for Fitness Boxing in April when the total number was at 700,000. It later climbed to 800,000 copies in May, 900,000 units in July, and one million units in September.

Fitness Boxing is out now on Switch. Nintendo published the game in North America and Europe.


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Total shipments of the Switch title Fitness Boxing have surpassed 300,000 units worldwide, Imagineer has announced. That’s based on shipments of physical copies in all regions plus download sales.

Imagineer says Fitness Boxing – which Nintendo published in the west – has been well-received by players, and has been selling out – particularly in Japan. The Japanese eShop will host a 20% discount for Golden Week between April 25 and May 8.


Nintendo has readied a new overview trailer for tomorrow’s release of Fitness Boxing. Watch the overview trailer below.

Imagineer released several gameplay trailers for Fitness Boxing, the game currently out in Japan and Europe and scheduled for January 4 in North America. You can view the six different Japanese videos each showcasing a different trainer.

Bernard (voiced by Akio Ootsuka)

Evan (voiced by Yuichi Nakamura)

Laura (voiced by Atsuko Tanaka)

Lin (voiced by Saori Hayami)

Martina (voiced by Sumire Uesaka)

Sophie (voiced by Ami Koshimizu)


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Nintendo published a new North American commercial for Fitness Boxing. Get a look at the advert below.

Fitness Boxing is out today in Europe. To celebrate the occcasion, Nintendo has put together a launch trailer for the game:

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If you visit the European Switch eShop, you may notice that a new demo is available. Earlier today, Nintendo made a trial available for Fitness Boxing.

Here’s a look at it in action:

The Fitness Boxing demo doesn’t seem to be live in North America yet, but should be out soon. Those who can’t wait can create a European Nintendo account to access it now.

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