Nintendo Direct for Upcoming Switch Games Coming This Week

Mandy Carr
April 13, 2017

As picked up by Eurogamer, Nintendo is now offering monetary rewards for info on Switch security weaknesses.

The Nintendo Switch hardware has impressed a lot of people since the console's launch, but many gamers are still anxious that there won't be enough software to justify the purchase.

Information on Splatoon 2 has been slowly trickling out, and a public "Testfire" demo period took place late last month. These two new big games are "Splatoon 2" and "ARMS", and they will be shown on Nintendo's new Direct show. The event adds new heists, masks, weapons, mods, and features to the game.

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As mentioned earlier, there's a new mode called Salmon Run that has four players working together in a sort of Horde mode. If you know of a vulnerability that would allow piracy to occur, Nintendo wants details and will pay for the information. You'll also need to collect special golden eggs to a "containment unit" to complete the match and earn rewards. By default only one will be unlocked, and the others are unlocked using a currency that's earned during play. Another squid amiibo will also be made available, this time in purple and in a slightly different position.

"ARMS", on the other hand, was previously revealed back in January to be an arena-based fighting game that requires motion controls. If you swap gear between rounds a lot, you can save your favourite sets to your amiibo as a shortcut to equipping them before battle.

This story is breaking and will be updated as new info is revealed.

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