Nintendo will be dropping a new Nintendo Direct on everyone this week, focusing on Splatoon 2 and Arms for the Switch, as well as some 3DS games. It seems likely that this edition of Nintendo Direct will be largely concerned with informing Switch early adopters about the games they will be playing this summer. Both games are going to help the Switch add more AAA titles other than Zelda. When is the next Nintendo Direct?
According to Nintendo: "From the makers of Fibbage, Drawful, and You Don't Know Jack, it's The Jackbox Party Pack 3!"
Another Tweet from Nintendo America further confirms the Nintendo Direct Conference. As always, the livestream will be available for everyone to follow on YouTube and the official website. ARMS hasn't received a release date just yet.
Where games such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will be resold as "definitive editions" will revamped modes and all the DLC bundled in, the latest Splatoon is a completely new entry to the series.
We also hope to see much more of Splatoon 2; mainly to address concerns that the game is little more than a remake of the Wii U original.
"Splatoon 2 and ARMs should get release dates".
The Nintendo Switch has been around for about a month right now and some users have already started reporting about a warping issue on their Nintendo Switch.
I've played a bit of ARMS and it's a fun multiplayer video game.
For more information on the reporting process and details on exactly what kinds of exploits Nintendo is interested in, take a look at the company's HackerOne bug bounty campaign. Fans will have a chance to enjoy two more of the blockbusters very soon on their hybrid consoles.