Nintendo Switch console is on its fleeting moments because of the features and convenience it provided to owners, especially the ease of the two-player (also multiplayer) feature. Now, Nintendo recently announced a new character DLC "Max Brass" that will be joining the character roster of Nintendo Switch exclusive game "Arms."

Looking like an Aztech brass god, Max Brass has different sets of skills that can be used in combat. Of course, just like other characters, they all have different skills that suit the play style of gamers around the world.

While other characters are still being tested, Max is the first to enter the line of succession. Thus, he became a first downloadable content of the said game.

Here is the Twitter post of Nintendo America below along with images:

Testing goes on for other characters

Characters in the game are also called "ARMS" just like the title. Nintendo is currently testing other characters until they qualify as a successful addition to the game. New characters that were added before were Kid Cobra, Twintelle, and Byte & Barq.

Along with the pre-existing characters in "Arms" such as Ribbon Girl, Spring Man, Mechanica, Master Mummy, Min Min, Helix, and Ninjara.

Max Brass is an exciting addition to the lineup. Here is the Nintendo Direct presentation for the said game last May 17:

Highlight features

Aside from combat customization in "Arms," two modes are available namely "Versus Mode" and "Multiplayer Mode." First, "Versus Mode" presents the following sub-categories:

  • Fight
  • 1-100
  • Team Fight
  • Hoops
  • Arms Test & Training
  • V-Ball
  • Skillshot

On the other hand, "Multiplayer Mode" presents the following sub-categories:

  • Grand Prix
  • Ranked Match
  • Local Wireless Mode
  • Party Match

Trial period for fans

Nintendo makes it easier for fans to try the game, to get a feel of what it's like in "Arms." They allow a free trial period for fans to try out the game before they purchase it, such as "Splatoon 2" and "Splatoon." With the trial period, fans can experience a taste of what it's like to play the said game.

In addition, no regrets will emerge as well on the fan/player's part.

The game could become an e-sport title for everyone to play in the future, presenting a wide array of characters and customization options for players, both beginner, and expert. "Arms" is out today (June 16) on the Nintendo Switch console while "Splatoon 2" releases on July 21. Lastly, the console provides ease of use in terms of multiplayer and local wireless modes.