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Ubisoft will officially launch South Park: The Fractured But Whole for Switch on Tuesday. But some folks have the game early, and we’re hearing that a big update has been issued.

The patch is significant, weighing in at 3.1GB. Unfortunately though, we don’t have the specifics of what the update entails at this time. The good news is that, even without the patch, South Park: The Fractured But Whole is completely playable on Switch.

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Pre-order updates (4/22/18)

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*Special note: for the first time, we’ve added in release dates as has been previously requested*

Below are the latest Nintendo products that can be currently pre-ordered at retailers:

The Snack World: Trejarers Gold debuted in Japan on April 12. Through April 15, the game sold about 35,000 copies. Dengeki further reports that it sold through 65% of its initial shipment.

Originally, The Snack World originally appeared on 3DS last year. It managed to sell somewhere around 100,000 copies in its first week with a 55% sell-through rate.

Given that the Switch release is an enhanced version that’s coming out a year later, The Snack World: Trejarers Gold had a pretty good debut. Sales may also receive a bump during Golden Week.

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We’re still unsure when exactly we’ll be seeing Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion on Switch, but Well Played did recently conduct an interview with some of the developers at Climax Studios to gain more insight. Associate producer Orcun Adsoy, lead designer Ian Hudson, and audio lead Chris Jolley participated in the chat.

In Japan, the latest Splatfest for Splatoon 2 was held this weekend. When asked which makes them feel the most wonder, players were given two options: unknown/undiscovered creatures or advanced technology.

We now have the full results from the latest Splatfest. Though it was pretty close, advanced technology took home the win. That team actually won all three categories – votes, solo battles, and team battles. The final score was 0-3 in favor of the latter team.

Japanese Splatfest 10 results in Splatoon 2

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Square Enix confirmed at the end of January that the Octopath Traveler demo had been downloaded over one million times. That number has since climbed to 1.3 million, the company announced this week.

The news was tucked away in the announcement for the Octopath Traveler Official Soundtrack. In Japan, Square Enix will be releasing the OST alongside the game on July 13. It has over 80 tracks and spans 4 CDs. 

If you missed one of our recent file size roundups, you may not have heard about an interesting approach Bandai Namco is taking with Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy on Switch. You’ll be able to purchase the collection itself, but also the individual games.

This could be handy if you played through one of the Naruto titles on other platforms previously and are only interested in certain ones. That means, for example, you’ll be able to purchase Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 on its own. With listings on the European eShop, we can confirm Bandai Namco will be making the trilogy and standalone titles available in Japan and in the west.

The final file size for the different games are as follows:

During the system’s first year, Bethesda has been one of the biggest third-parties supporting Switch – especially in the west. The company was featured heavily as part of the system’s reveal with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. That game came out on Switch last year, along with the unexpected Doom. Wolfenstein II will also hit the platform in 2018.

Bethesda’s Pete Hines spoke at length about supporting Switch in a recent interview with Gamereactor. When asked about the challenges of bringing games to the console, Hines said in response:

We’re not exactly sure what sort of game Smash Bros. will be on Switch. After all, Nintendo didn’t have too much to say after it was announced during the Nintendo Direct in March. Of course, the real blowout will be at E3 in June.

There is at least one thing we know about the new Smash Bros. title – there will be new characters. Inklings are joining the fray, first of all. Link was also depicted with his look from Breath of the Wild. What could that mean?

And so it’s time for a Let’s Talk discussion many of you probably could have seen coming. With a new Smash Bros. game on the horizon, we want do know: which character do you want to see in the game? It could be someone realistic, or even a character unlikely to be added to the roster. Let us know in the comments below.

The boxart for Inazuma Eleven Ares first leaked out of a Japanese magazine earlier this month. During its Inazuma Walker broadcast, Level-5 showed off the packaging shot officially. We have it attached above.

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