Update: Nintendo UK has now published a message about this update on Twitter. If you can't get a Brain Age score of 20, there's still a way to unlock the Working Memory Challenge. In addition to this, Brain Age players will be able to participate in the first World Brain Training Championship from 15th February until 16th February.
Although Dr. Kawashima's Brain Training for Nintendo Switch is still not available in North America, it's been receiving updates since its Japanese release last December. It's now up to Version 1.2.0 and surprisingly the latest patch adds new memory training.
Here are the full patch notes, courtesy of Perfectly Nintendo:
adds a new Training: Working Memory Training (only available for users with Brain Age = 20 years old)
As noted, this is only available to users who have a brain age of 20 years. This latest update follows on from a patch at launch which added the ability to send yourself and others your training and brain age results via email.
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