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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s next fighter comes from Arms

Arms, the 2017 combating sport for Nintendo Switch, loans one among its combatants to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Fighters Pass Vol. 2 lineup. The fighter will probably be out there someday in June, Nintendo stated as we speak.

It wasn’t clear, from this morning’s flash Nintendo Direct Mini, precisely which fighter (or fighters) will probably be a part of the sport. The promo confirmed a lineup of 15 completely different fighters and instructed followers to remain tuned for a June announcement.

In the meantime, Arms is free to all Nintendo Switch Online subscribers for the subsequent two weeks. Nintendo stated the complete sport is accessible to obtain and play. The trial begins at 9 a.m. PDT as we speak and goes till 11:59 p.m. PDT on April 6.

The first Fighters Pass delivered 5 packs of downloadable content material from December 2018 to February, and value $24.99. The second quantity was introduced again in January, when Nintendo stated it will comprise six fighters, six levels, and music related to the brand new fighters.

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