Two New Nintendo Switch Games Set for Release This Week

Camille Francis
April 12, 2017

Nintendo has announced that the company will be holding a special Nintendo Direct for two of their big exclusive titles - Splatoon 2 and Arms. An extension of the bug bounties program it launched for the 3DS a few months back, Nintendo has partnered with HackerOne to find vulnerabilities in the Switch.

As advertised on Twitter, Nintendo will host a new Nintendo Direct event in the evening (or rather the night) of Wednesday, April 12, at 11pm BST (0:00 CEST). Stay tuned to Nintendojo for information following the presentation!

You'll be able to watch the stream on Nintendo's website as well as YouTube. A release date is the most likely, but it seems to me like they've already talked about all the new features of weapons.

There are also chances for more info on Mario Kart 8 Deluxe that's set for an April 28 release date on Nintendo Switch.

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What can we expect from ARMS in this Nintendo Direct? The interesting thing about the game was that its stylish squid shooter was conveniently similar to the first one.

Splatoon 1 was a hit on the Wii U, but with the influx of users on the Nintendo Switch, the next version will possibly reach a larger audience.

The broadcast will showcase Arms, the new fighting game that is based on extendable arms that can be used to punch, block, throw, and perform various other martial manoeuvres.

"We were due for a pre-E3 Nintendo Direct".

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