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CPU Sportsmates: Does The Game Have NPCs?

Nintendo Switch Sports is available worldwide as of April 29, 2022!
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Switch Sports - CPU Sportsmates - Does the Game Have NPCs
Although it doesn't have a traditional cast of NPCs, Nintendo Switch Sports does have a variety of randomly generated CPU Sportsmates that players can play against in offline and single-player modes. Learn more about these CPU characters and how you can adjust their difficulties in a match!

Does the Game Have NPCs?

There Are No Established NPCs

Switch Sports - No NPCs
Unfortunately, there are no NPCs in the traditional sense in the game. While playing in singleplayer mode (non-online), players will encounter named characters that they can play against. These characters are not established NPCs with a fixed identity, but rather just randomly generated CPU Sportsmates.

Randomized CPU Sportsmates

Switch Sports - Randomized CPU Sportsmates
When playing against these CPU Sportsmates, players will notice that each time they start a new game in singleplayer mode, CPU Sportsmate characters are refreshed.

These CPU Sportsmate characters are randomly generated, and pose no variable difference to gameplay apart from cosmetic differences between CPU Sportsmates, and changes that the player makes to difficulty – or in the case of some games – rounds and game type.

Sports With CPU Sportsmates

All Sports Except Bowling

Switch Sports - Sports with CPU Sportsmates
All sports that players can play in, apart from Bowling, can be played against CPU Sportsmate characters. With Bowling, players will be competing mostly against themselves, with the primary objective of overcoming the player's set high score.

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CPU Sportsmate Customization

Changeable Difficulty

Switch Sports - Changeable Difficulty
Although players can't change a CPU Sportsmate character's visual appearance, they are allowed to change the difficulty that a CPU Sportsmate poses. These difficulties range from Normal, Strong, and Powerhouse – each increasing difficulty on the scale increases the complexity in which a CPU Sportsmate plays against the player.

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