Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise shipments and digital sales top 600,000

Another 100,000 copies moved since January.

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise

Total worldwide shipments and digital sales for Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise have surpassed 600,000 units, publisher Imagineer announced.

The exercise rhythm game sequel launched for Switch in December 2020 worldwide. Shipments and digital sales were last reported at 500,000 back in January.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

About

Work out at home and punch to the beat.

Jab, uppercut, dodge, and more to catchy pop tunes in this rhythmic boxing game! Pass a Joy-Con controller to an exercise buddy and box to the beat together.

Customize your workout with the help of a virtual instructor.

Choose from nine virtual instructors, select a challenge level from light to heavy and have a workout prepared for you by your trainer, or create one all by yourself from scratch in Free Training. Check out detailed examples, practice specific moves, and receive helpful feedback from your instructor to get the most out of your workout

Key Features

  • Warm up with the original Fitness Boxing game and then transfer your profile to the Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise game.
  • Keep your progress from the original Fitness Boxing game and transfer your profile to the Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise game.
  • Get your daily workout on and box (and bop) to the beat. Pass a Joy-Con controller (or two) to a workout partner to enjoy a two-player boxing session lead by your in-game instructor. These virtual trainers have different personalities and styles, so try them out and find the one that suits you best! Complete achievements to receive tickets you can redeem for outfits to deck out your trainer in fitness fashion.
  • Whatever difficulty you play on, you can revisit specific exercises for practice or watch detailed examples to observe perfect form.
  • Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is a way to get in a guided workout, track your activity, and listen to some popular, upbeat jams.

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