Video game company Nintendo released the first preview of what it is describing as a Wii Sports recreation for its Nintendo Switch, “Nintendo Switch Sports” on Wednesday.

“No matter what your sports experience is, everyone can enjoy this new iteration of the Wii Sports™ series,” Nintendo said in a release.

Nintendo Switch Sports will include some of the Wii Sports favorites like tennis, bowling, and chambara (a sword game.) The new games can be played similarly to how Wii was played, with motion tracking technology by holding the Switch Joy-Con controller in your hand.

Three additional sports-soccer, badminton and volleyball-are also joining the lineup. The soccer addition has a new feature that allows players to attach the Joy-Con controller to their leg to virtually “kick” in the game.

The Nintendo Switch Sports website says to “pre-load the digital edition directly to your system and play as soon as it's released." The official release date is set for April 29, though preorders are available now.

Nintendo will be offering “online play tests” during limited time slots on Feb. 18-20 for the tennis, bowling and chambara games. The time slots include 3:00-3:45 a.m. PST, 11:00-11:45 a.m. PST, and 7:00-7:45 p.m. PST but not all time slots are available each day. Registration opens on Feb. 15. at 5 p.m. PST, according to its website.

To access the play tests, players must be a part of the Nintendo Switch Online membership which costs an additional $19.99. Nintendo Switch Sports can be purchased online for $39.99.