The blatantly wild Nintendo is again giving us another character only they could conjure up. Following last week’s teaser video, the publisher has revealed the next free DLC character coming to the Switch fighting game “Arms.” The game’s version 3.0 update will come with the “street performing pugilist” Lola Pop in the fray.

Who is Lola Pop?

At Gamescom 2017, Nintendo described Lola Pop as a “well-traveled clown,” who is all blindingly bright colors and inflatable limbs. She resembles a candy, only, you can blow her up, which ups her defensive skills.

She follows another DLC character, Max Brass, who was released last month. She'll also bring with her a new candy-themed arena. Both Lola and the arena will launch alongside “Arms'” next update, which is set to arrive soon.

For anyone who is yet to experience the colorful, fun and frantic "Arms" experience, you will have an opportunity to do so, free of charge, this coming weekend: Nintendo is holding another Global Test Punch. The Test Punch will run from 11 AM ET on Friday, August 25 through 5 PM ET on Sunday, August 27.

More good news from Nintendo

Head on to another Nintendo fave as new content is also coming to “Splatoon 2.” Manta Maria joins the lineup of Turf War and Ranked Battle stages this weekend, while the new Lost Outpost stage joins the rotation of Salmon Run stages later today.

Both stages will also become available in The Shoal for local multiplayer matches. Also announced was that the Bubble Blower special weapon will be available first in a set with the Forge Splattershot Pro starting September 1.

A brand-new weapon called the Bubble Blower is also up for grabs in “Splatoon 2.” This special allows players to launch up to three large bubbles which will explode when shot with your team's ink.

The bubbles also serve a defensive purpose, as they can protect you from enemy fire.

If you’ve been having trouble securing yourself a Nintendo Switch and a copy of “Splatoon 2” then WalMart might have what you’re looking. A bundle exclusive to WalMart that features the game, a Nintendo Switch, a carrying case and Neon Pink and Neon Green Joy-Cons will be available starting September 8.

The game continues to be a breakout success for the still-young Switch console, with game topping charts in both Japan and America throughout the month of July.

Both “Arms” and “Splatoon 2” are now available for Nintendo Switch worldwide.