Knockout Home Fitness announced for Nintendo Switch: available this autumn

Fitness fans will surely remember that a new fitness game called FiNC HOME FiT was released on the Japanese Nintendo Switch on 29 October for 6,150 yen in both physical and digital formats. The game is endorsed by FiNC, the #1 downloaded app in Japan in the health/fitness category and offers a total of 60 courses in the game’s training programme.

Well, here’s the important news: XSEED Games has announced that this title will have a Nintendo Switch version in the West known as Knockout Home Fitness and will be released in autumn this year.

Here’s the premise and trailer:

Grab a Joy-Con in each hand and get ready to get big results fast with a workout programme designed specifically for Nintendo Switch. Beat inactivity with short, intense full-body workouts developed by experts to maximise calorie burn with moves based not only on boxing, but also on other martial arts such as Muay Thai, karate and kung-fu. Track your progress and strive for long-term goals with the personal training mode or dive into the 3-minute high-efficiency fitness mode to let off steam. Knockout Home Fitness features over 25 diverse music tracks and four personal trainers, each with their own workout style and personality.

Key Features:

Real Full-Body Fitness, 60 courses – Intense, calorie-burning workouts with moves based on boxing and other martial arts such as karate, kung-fu and Muay Thai, with many courses designed for all fitness levels.
Daily workouts in about 15 minutes – Offering options for any lifestyle or schedule, players can choose between a 3-minute Fitness Mode, which offers selectable high-intensity workouts, or a pre-programmed Personal Training Mode that offers a varied selection of daily workout routines, including stretches that can be completed in about 15 minutes.
Track progress and focus on results: the stylish “My Report” feature provides statistics on workout frequency, duration, calories burned and records completed actions, all in one place.
Four personal trainers with personalities to suit players’ training styles, from friendly to rigorous, offer personalised daily routines to suit individual goals and keep things fresh with new activities every day.