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Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition is out now in Europe, with the North American release following on Tuesday. Check out the official launch trailer below.

A new trailer for Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition shows off Rafael Nadal, who will be playable in the game. Nadal, along with French player Kristina Mladenovic, bring the number of ATP and WTA stars to 33.

Here’s today’s trailer:

Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition launches in North America on May 28 and Europe on May 23.

Amazon put up a listing for Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition, revealing the game’s boxart. Take a look at the packaging image above.

Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition launches for Switch in May. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon here.

Bigben and Breakpoint have announced the release of a new edition of Tennis World Tour which includes new content and numerous updates. Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition launches in May for Switch.

Bigben says the package includes:

Tennis World Tour has received another update on Switch. Version 1.12 is out now, which includes all changes from that release as well as version 1.10.

Below are the full patch notes:

Tennis World Tour has received a major update on Switch. The game is now at version 1.09, featuring online tournaments, balancing, bug fixes, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Tennis World Tour is seeing another delay on Switch. From publisher Bigben, a new date of June 19 has been announced for Europe and July 10 for North America.

Originally, Tennis World Tour was expected for Switch on May 22. It was then pushed back to June 12. Here’s hoping that this new date sticks.


Tennis World Tour likely could have used some additional time in the over. According to Bigben Interactive president, the game was just 20% finished weeks before release. However, a major delay wasn’t possible due to marketing having already been in place and wanting a release in time for the French Open.

Where do we go from here? Well, Flac says that a refined version is planned for 2019. A new game is also lined up for 2020 – 2021.

As for Tennis World Tour in its current state, Flac noted that it will meet expectations having shipped 500,000 to distributors and already achieving a profit. Bigben also hopes to increase its Meta score and be in the 80s in the next few years.

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Tennis World Tour is starting to release today, though the Switch version won’t be ready until June. We nonetheless have a new launch trailer for the game below.

Tennis World Tour was originally slated to come out next Tuesday on Switch. Unfortunately, a delay has taken place, though the wait won’t be terribly long.

Tennis World Tour is now launching on June 12 for Switch in North America and Europe. However, there could be a slight delay for the physical version in some European countries.