Nintendo's Arms

Nintendo’s Arms director confirms “no plans” for updates more content

Nintendo's Arms

Arms has concluded its generous schedule of loose content material updates

The Switch-different fighter has had a healthy supporting of more characters, stages, modes and combating Arms due to the fact that its release closing summer time – however the future of this content material time table has been up within the air since a mysterious announcement published to Nintendo’s Japanese help website again in December.

When translated, this statement recommended no greater unfastened content material was at the manner. We asked Nintendo for greater facts, and now, Nintendo’s Kosuke Yabuki – Arms’ director and the godfather of the venture – has confirmed to Eurogamer that is the case.

“After its release on 16th June, we launched numerous huge unfastened content material updates for ARMS, along with 5 new characters, 12 new ARMS, five new ranges, collectible badges, and new modes like Party Crash,” Yabuki told us.

“More Party Crash events are on the manner, and we’re going to maintain to make balance modifications and other small changes to improve the gaming experience, but we currently haven’t any plans for larger updates.”

It’s a shame to peer Arms support stop – but the game has grown significantly seeing that release and now feels a totally complete bundle.

“There also are some matters I’d like to spotlight in my opinion,” Yabuki persevered.

“With the director of the ARMS Laboratory, Dr. Coyle, becoming a member of the ARMS Grand Prix, all of the ARMS warring parties have ultimately were given together!

“Because of our commitment to ongoing updates given that release, we sense we have reached a point in which the strengths and weaknesses of combatants are usually balanced, making for a few without a doubt thrilling battles.

“We will truly keep to make stability changes, as well as run more Party Crash events. Everyone on the improvement group hopes that players over the world can enjoy ARMS for decades!”

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