Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

GameStop Launches New Nintendo Switch Bundles

GameStop Launches New Nintendo Switch Bundles

It was pretty much a given, but Bungie has told IGN that they have no plans to bring Destiny 2 to the Nintendo Switch.

The news was accompanied by a Nintendo Switch trailer, showcasing the isometric, cooperative combat that players can expect from the game.

The Nintendo Switch continues to be hard to find online and in stores. So far we've had sequels, or ports of existing games such as The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe being released, or small indie titles.

Arms has a lot of different game modes to keep you occupied.

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Anyway, the game follows magic apprentices fighting against various enemies and larger-than-life bosses.

After announcing the Nintendo Switch Splatoon 2 bundle, Nintendo figured some people may just want to forget all that game nonsense and just enjoy a nice empty box. Everything begins on May 26 (North America only, rest of the world on May 27) and ends on May 28. While the game is primarly targeting to release on PlayStation 4 and PC, the overwhelming fan response has moved the developers to lower the stretch goal to release a Nintendo Switch version, and erasing the option of an Xbox One release for the moment. The new video revealed its single player gameplay, which will be called the "Hero Mode", and it will be as colorful and imaginative for players to try out, Dual Shockers reported. But even if you don't get a new type of arm, the duplicate arm you get will be stronger than the original. There are also V-ball and Hoops, as well as Skillshot and one-on-100. Thanks to a partnership with Blizzard, the game will be exclusively tied to Battle.net, and offer players a number of exclusive technical features such as an uncapped framerate and 4K support.

Party Match allows up to four players to jump online and battle together.

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