The title for the Clubhouse Games Switch release is a bit of a misnomer. While it is Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics, the Japanese website has revealed that there aren’t only 51 activities in the collection. It also includes a virtual piano for people to play. [Thanks, Reddit and GoNintendo!]
Details about the Clubhouse Games piano activity are slim. What we know at the moment is that it will be present as a bonus game and allow between one and four people to all play on it. The image of it also shows only a keyboard that appears to contain a single octave that goes from middle C to C5.
There’s an incredibly brief video for the Clubhouse Games piano. It basically gives you a chance to hear what it will sound like and introduces the activity.
Little details about the Clubhouse Games Switch release have been slipping out ahead of its launch. For example, Nintendo already showed how people can make a slot car track by placing multiple systems together with Mosaic Mode. We also know there will be Super Mario playing card customization options for the card games.
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics will come to the Nintendo Switch on June 5, 2020.