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A huge patch is on the way to Slime-san. Fabraz is wrapping up patch 1.1, which is highlighted by the brand new Blackbird’s Kraken campaign. It encompasses new levels, a new boss fight, new target mode challenges, and more.

Aside from Blackbird’s Kraken, version 1.1 for Slime-san also adds some new features and makes some adjustments. These include leaderboards, button mapping, a karting mini-game for two players, and more.

Continue on below for Slime-san’s 1.1 patch notes.

Aces of the Luftwaffe: Squadron recently arrived on the Switch eShop. It didn’t take HandyGames very long to publish a first patch for the game.

Version 1.0.1 is now available. According to HandyGames, it involves “significant performance improvements and fixes small bugs.”

Source: Switch news

A new update has started distribution for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. On iOS, the update number seems to be version 1.0.1. It’s version 1.0.2 for Android devices.

As for what the update does, it’s nothing terrible exciting. Nintendo has implemented several bug fixes. Hopefully the game should run smoother than ever.

Source: App Store / Google Play

Update: Full patch notes added below. Massive amount of additions and changes.


Original: Splatoon 2’s huge update has just arrived. Version 2.0.0 has dropped, bringing along new stages (they’ll be rolled out gradually), gear, hairstyles, music, smaller improvements, and so much more.

Nintendo has yet to release the patch notes for the new Splatoon update. As soon as they’re available, we’ll add them in here. For now, you can read a big overview of the update nintendoeverything.com/splatoon-2-updates-incoming-on-november-23-december-new-stages-gear-amiibo-functionality-clam-blitz-more/.

The next Splatoon 2 update is scheduled for mid-December. When it goes live, players will be able to participate in a new Clam Blitz mode.

Fire Emblem Heroes will be undergoing maintenance next week. On November 27 / November 28, the app will be down for several hours.

The maintenance schedule is as follows:

– 3 PM PT (November 27) – 8 PM PT (November 27)
– 6 PM ET (November 27) – 11 PM ET (November 27)
– 11 PM in the UK (November 27) – 4 AM in the UK (November 28)
– 12 AM in Europe (November 28) – 5 AM in Europe (November 28)

Nintendo specifically says that the maintenance period will pave the way for Fire Emblem Heroes’ newest update, version 2.0.0. We’ll let you know when it’s live.

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Niantic is rolling out another update for Pokemon GO. Very soon, players on iOS will be able to download version 1.53.2. It’s version 0.83.1 for Android users.

The new Pokemon GO update addresses the following:

– Added support and made optimizations for the iPhone X screen resolution.
– Removed support for devices running iOS 8.
– Resolved a bug causing error banners to remain visible until the app is restarted.
– Resolved a bug that prevented Trainers from powering up Pokémon to their max CP.
– Improved load times when you open the app.
– Various bug fixes and performance updates.

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Eden Games and Microids aren’t done with Gear.Club Unlimited. After launching the game yesterday, the game will continue to receive support.

The first true update we can look forward to is in January. Microids has said that players can anticipate the following:

– Addition of a Championship mode to local multiplayer
– Improvement of car selection’s screen (especially in local multiplayer)
– Performance shop: players will be able to have 10 cars in their performance shop instead of 4
– Addition of a new rear-view camera
– Navigation on performance shop improved

Source: Microids PR

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has received its latest update on Switch and Wii U. Nintendo just came out with version 1.3.4.

As you would expect with the small change in version numbers, this update isn’t too significant. Nintendo says that the patch has various fixes to improve gameplay.

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Inti Creates has announced a new mode for Blaster Master Zero. Version 1.2, which launches on November 23, will introduce a new Blaster Battle Mode for Switch.

Blaster Battle Mode lets players choose from any of the playable characters and face off in 1-on-1 battles. It’s possible to choose from different parameters, and each character’s Sophia III vehicle has different weapons.

Continue on below for the full details on Blaster Battle Mode and a trailer.

Microids and Eden Games brought Gear.Club Unlimited to Switch today. If you’ve purchased the game, you should be aware of a day-one update.

The patch has the addition of the pre-order DLC 370Z Nismo and Camaro 50th anniversary. Some minor bug fixes have also been implemented. Finally, at the end of the race during replay, the wheel doesn’t turn anymore.

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