In shops and on Nintendo eShop now: ARMS


16/06/2017

Get ready to put ‘em up, do battle with a colourful range of characters and fight to claim the number one spot in ARMS, out now on Nintendo Switch. In this unique fighting game, use stretchy weaponised arms to punch, thump, slap and knock out your opponents. Get pumped up for the many scuffles to come at our official ARMS website!

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Choose your fighter from a roster of stylish sluggers and equip them with powerful mitts called ARMS before going toe-to-toe in thrilling battles! By holding the Joy-Con controllers in the Thumbs-up Grip, you’ll feel like you’re right there in the middle of the action, dodging incoming attacks and throwing punches towards your opponent.

Discovering different combinations of fighters and ARMS is the key to victory. Each fighter is a formidable foe that has their own techniques and unique attributes to master, as do the ARMS you equip before each skirmish. Mix and match all of these elements to find a winning combination that works for you!

Want to rise up the ranks? ARMS has you covered! Glory seekers can go toe-to-toe in Grand Prixor go online* to fight for pride in Ranked Match. Just fancy a bit of fun? Hop into an online* Party Match or a local** lobby to enjoy a variety of battles like Team Fight, Hoops, V-Ball and more. Whether you like to face foes on the big screen in TV mode, or prefer to fight on the go in tabletop or handheld mode, Nintendo Switch lets you play ARMS the way you want!

Can you punch your way to the top? Stretch the limits of your fighting abilities with ARMS, out now on Nintendo Switch!

ARMS is available in shops and as a downloadable version from Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch now. Starting today, neon yellow Joy-Con Pair, neo yellow Joy-Con Straps and Joy-Con AA Battery Pack Pair accessories are also available.

*Internet connection required during online play. The registration and linkage of Nintendo Account and acceptance of the Nintendo Account Agreement and Privacy Policy are required. Online services require a Nintendo Account. Starting 2018, some online services will also require a paid subscription. Paid online service availability may be limited based on location. Find out more about the paid online subscription service.

**Additional accessories, games and/or systems may be required for multiplayer mode; sold separately.