Arms Version 5.0 Launches Tomorrow With a New Fighter

Arms new character Dr. Coyle

Previously hinted at in older story updates, we are now officially bearing witness to the rise of Dr. Coyle.

You can see all the Version 5.0 details-including info on new ARMs and other updated features-on Nintendo's site.

Today's update brings a new fighter and a new stage, bringing the postlaunch support to five fighters and stages, with 12 new arms to work with compared to what ARMS launched with.

Dr. Coyle, "The Rad Scientist" seems like quite the formidable fighter, making use of a host of different fist variations such as drills and nunchucks, the most notable ability conjures about double her arms, packing a devastating attack in a wider range. Update 5.0 will be the last major update for the game before its Evo debut at Evo Japan next month. Lokjaw, Parabola and Brrchuk options are now available. Sounds like there's a Dr. C related surprise for anyone taking on the Grand Prix at six or higher as well... There've also been changes to the Grand Prix mode, with the difficulty now increasing as the fights go on in any difficulty below seven.

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