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Seven years after it was made available on Wii, Go Vacation has now arrived on Switch. See how the two versions stack up against each other with the comparison video below.

With Go Vacation out on Switch today, Nintendo issued a new launch trailer. Have a look at the release video below.

As of tomorrow, Go Vacation will be available on Switch. Take a look at some gameplay in the video below.

Go Vacation arrives on Switch later this month, having been brought over from Wii (with a couple of new additions). If you’re interested in the digital version, the pre-load option is live on the eShop worldwide.

As is the case with pre-loading, you can purchase Go Vacation in advance and download the required data. Nintendo only requires players to connect online just once to begin playing on launch day.

Go Vacation will be out for Switch on July 27. The digital version takes up 8.8GB of space.

Source: Switch eShop

Nintendo opened the official North American website for Go Vacation on Switch this week. You can access it here.

Like most of Nintendo’s sites, there’s plenty of content to take a look at. It houses a trailer, plenty of gameplay details, and more. 

Thanks to Ben C for the tip.

Nintendo published a new overview trailer for the Switch version of Go Vacation. You can watch the video below.

Yesterday, Nintendo and Bandai Namco announced the return of the Wii title Go Vacation. Amazon has since added in a retailer listing here.

We have the Switch boxart for Go Vacation above. According to Amazon, it’ll cost $49.99.

By the way, while this was pretty much known given yesterday’s announcement, but Nintendo will indeed by publishing Go Vacation in North America and Europe. Bandai Namco will be handling it in Japan.

Thanks to Roto for the tip.

In a totally unexpected move, Nintendo and Bandai Namco announced the return of Go Vacation. Originally made for Wii a number of years ago, it’s now back on Switch.

We now have a fact sheet for Go Vacation below. Along with general details about the game, it also details what’s new on Switch.

Some of you may recall the Wii game Go Vacation, created by Bandai Namco, back in 2011. The title seems to be making a comeback, as Go Vacation has now been announced for Switch as well.

Go Vacation contains over 50 games and activities. Cooperative and competitive games can be played alone or with up to four players. In addition to support for playing on a single Switch system, local wireless is supported.