A little over a week ago, Nintendo released the Blast Ball portion of Metroid Prime: Federation Force for free on the Nintendo eShop as a special demo. We knew that the free version’s online servers would only be available for a limited time, but we now have a better idea of when the demo’s online functionality will cease to work. According to a Nintendo article, the game’s servers will shift over to support the full game only starting in early September; this means that the demo will be available until after Federation Force‘s launch in North America.

Source: Nintendo

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