Nintendo will be hosting another Direct today, with this presentation focusing on a pair of their upcoming Switch games: ARMS and Splatoon 2.
The cooperative first-person shooter allows up to four players to participate in heists and steal the most cash to upgrade weapons and customize skills.
More details on Splatoon 2 appeared in the latest Nintendo Direct.
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Nintendo has announced plans to hold a Nintendo Direct conference, to the excitement and joy of Nintendo Switch fans around the world. According to other sources, the upcoming fighting game will be the one and only major first-party released title for the new Nintendo console other than the "1-2-Switch" game. The game had been locked into the calendar for summer 2017 since the Switch reveal event in January, but now gamers can officially mark July 21 on the calendar. These are namely Splatoon 2 and ARMS, both of which are going to be Nintendo Switch exclusives. Stay tuned to GamingBolt for more coverage and information. Killing larger enemies gets special eggs that will unlock equipment in the game. The recent Splatoon 2 Global Testfire was a lot of fun, and there were many subtle changes, but the overall experience was very familiar. The cast includes everything from a young boy in a bright yellow robot suit to a girl with ribbons for arms.
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Majority reported that they were not extremely rough with the console with other reporting their console was docked most of the time.