New Nintendo Direct Will Cover Splatoon 2 and ARMS
The Nintendo Switch launched back in March. We’ve seen a lot of hardware problems and a lack of games. The larger problem, for many, is the lack of stock in stores. Fans of the Switch have been watching the stock at GameStop, Target, and Walmart, in hopes that they’d be able to buy one. Nintendo is now back to producing Nintendo Direct presentations to drum up support for the upcoming games being released.
The Nintendo Direct presentation will cover ARMS and Splatoon which are both coming out soon. The presentation will happen Wednesday, April 12 at 6 PM EST. You can watch the video here, and even check out the archive of other Nintendo Direct videos. Splatoon and ARMS are both titles Nintendo users are looking forward too, especially as everyone has started to finish up Zelda.
Nintendo Direct will focus on Splatoon 2 and ARMS
Splatoon 1 was a hit on the Wii U, but with the influx of users on the Nintendo Switch, the next version will possibly reach a larger audience. ARMS is a new title for Nintendo, but the first thoughts have been positive. Both games are going to help the Switch add more AAA titles other than Zelda.
Nintendo can also leverage the Nintendo Direct live stream to address the limited stock. They could also talk about the hardware issues, and even talk about the sales have been doing. Nintendo will likely avoid talking about these issues for more than a couple of minutes, but it’ll be something. The news around the problems and stock have all happened during interviews or times when someone had a slip of the tong.
Tell us in the comments below what you think about ARMS and Splatoon 2! Are you going to buy either game or are you waiting on Nintendo Direct to see how the games look?