Nintendo has released update 3.2 for Arms, which introduces a number of new features that players can tinker with. This update introduces a new achievement system, revamped replay playback, and a few gameplay tweaks.
One of the biggest additions is the new Badges feature, which is Arms’ take on an achievements system. This will reward players with badges as they fulfil certain criteria in-game. A replay feature has also been added, so players can now view replays of their most recent matches and bask in the glory of their victories.
Nintendo has also warned players of a new emerging threat, saying that, ‘we’ve identified an interloper who has been disrupting the Grand Prix, going after our fiercest competitors. If encountered, we advise you to dispatch them with prejudice.’ This sees the introduction of the mysterious Springtron character, who only appears in the Grand Prix if you’re fighting above Level 4, and doing so with ease.
The patch also fixes a number of issues with gameplay, adjusts some replay playback features, and has tweaked some of the abilities of certain fighters to balance the gameplay.
For the full patch notes head over to the Nintendo website.