Ring Fit Adventure Nintendo Switch fitness game is now available for preorder, as it comes out on October 18. It features a “Ring-Con” controller along with a leg strap for Joy-Cons, as it is a Nintendo Switch exclusive. This will allow the players to control the character with their moves i.e. physical exercises and to give us an incentive to work out. Also, the game comes with extensive content.
Ring Fit Adventure comes with 20 worlds and over 40 ‘fit skills’ to use in the gameplay. These are designed as the various workout stances, movements, and poses. They include common fitness exercises, like squats, but they also contain some Yoga poses or other types of physical movements. The entire thing is being achieved through the mentioned Ring-Con and leg strap tools, which are actually quite simple and easy to set up and use. The movements you make will control your character in the game, and depending on the stage or course you set up, you will progress through the game appropriately.
Ring Fit Adventure features an advanced method of connecting human movement with sensor commands the game will pick up and react to. Since the experience is developed to provide a wide range of possibilities, the controls are divided into categories.
There are four different Fit Skills categories to master and workout to:
- Red Fit Skills – these focus on arm movements
- Yellow Fit Skills – these rely on the muscles of the core
- Blue Fit Skills – these target the legs
- Green Skills – these are based on Yoga poses
The gameplay contains a variety of physical activities. For instance, you may run with your character through a course, dictating the tempo and speed with your own running in place of course i.e. stepping. However, you will also encounter enemies with which you will engage in duels. Successful repetition of a fit skill movement will land a blow on your opponent, and thus you will be inclined to work out and practice even better and longer, scoring points, burning fat, and developing your body. Ring Fit Adventure set costs $79.99, which is like a couple of gym memberships.