New ARMS fighter Lola Pop announced!
Get ready, fighting fans! It’s time for some sweeeeet ARMS news updates!
Introducing Lola Pop
A new fighter is joining the ARMS Grand Prix: Lola Pop.
This candy-coated clown has an assortment of tricks she can use to befuddle and bewilder opponents. One such stunt allows her to inflate her body when she guards. Lola Pop can use this technique to block punches in mid-air, and even move forward or backwards while she’s guarding!
Lola Pop, plus her three signature ARMS and a new stage, will be available soon via a free* update.
ARMS Global Testpunch returns this weekend!
It’s time for another round of the ARMS Global Testpunch!
Starting from 17:00 local time on August 25th, you’ll be able to enjoy as much free* fist-flinging fun as you want until the Testpunch ends at 22:00 local time on August 27th!
ARMS European Tournament Finals
Finally, an ARMS tournament will be held at gamescom in Cologne, Germany this weekend. Who will punch their way to the top? Visit our gamescom 2017 website at 17:00 (local time) on Saturday, August 26th, where we’ll be streaming the tournament, to find out!
Excited for Lola Pop? Looking forward to the ARMS Global Testpunch? Check out the ARMS website for more info about the game!
ARMS is available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop now, only on Nintendo Switch. The neon yellow Joy-Con Pair, neon yellow Joy-Con Straps and Joy-Con AA Battery Pack Pair accessories are also available.
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