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Nintendo has announced that it will release another update for Splatoon 2 shortly. It’ll be going live tonight in North America, and tomorrow in Europe/Japan.

The new update includes data pertaining to the very last Splatfest in Splatoon 2. Other than that, an issue has also been addressed where in which players equipped with a maneuver-type weapon would appear in abnormal positions if they jumped into ink while sliding.

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The latest update for Fortnite is now available. Epic Games has released version 9.40, which features the Tactical Shotgun and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

The latest update for Super Mario Run is now available. On both iOS and Android, version 3.0.15 is out now.

Not too much to note this time, however, as the official patch notes only mention “Implemented bug fixes” in regards to the update.

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Pokemon GO has received a new update. Android users can now access version 0.149.0, and iOS players should be seeing the patch soon.

The main highlight of the update – at least in terms of what’s immediately available – involves changes to the appraisal system. Here’s the rundown:

Activision has confirmed that an upcoming update for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled on Switch — the Version 1.05 update — will introduce specific measures for improving load times.

Specifically, the support page for the game states that this will be done using a “Boost Mode”. No further details were given, aside from other fixes and that the update should go live this week. The full notes can be viewed below.

A new update for Final Fantasy IX was made available on Switch today. Square Enix has started distribution of version 1.0.1.

Today’s patch addresses one particular issue, but one that were of annoyance to players. Background music will no longer restart after every battle or Tetra Master match.

Dragon Quest Builders 2 has finally made it to the west. Keep in mind that a day-one update is available, which you’ll definitely want to download.

Version 1.6.1 includes new DLC, a new item, several changes, and more. We’ve included the full patch notes below.

Nintendo has prepared the latest update for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, bringing the game up to version 2.5.1. Bug fixes are mentioned in today’s patch notes.

As for what Nintendo addressed, one possibility pertains to a known issue that could occur when giving multiple snacks to an animal at once. If you gave a bundle of snacks to an animal, and the animal levels up past Friendship Level 10 or 15, the special request that normally displays at those levels wouldn’t trigger. Nintendo said yesterday that it was investigation the situation, so we assume it has now been fixed.

A Robot Named Fight is still receiving new updates. Another patch was issued today, which introduces a new 4-player co-op mode where one player plays as Fight and up to three more players can join in as orbs. Bug fixes, room revisals, balance changes, and more are also included.

Below are the latest patch notes for the PC version, which also applies to Switch:

Motion Twin has announced that a new update is now available on Switch. The developer has implemented a ton of changes based on community feedback and features dozens of design, balancing and content changes. Highlights include a new mob, two new brutality mutations in the form of Adrenaline and Frenzy, the removal of Arbiter, and a whole slew of balancing tweaks.

Below are the full patch notes: