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Version 1.1.0 adds “Lan Play” support and “Arena Mode” to ARMS

Nintendo has released update version 1.1.0 for Arms, adding “LAN Play” support, an “Arena Mode,” as well as several fixes to the recently launched Switch fighting game.

The full list of changes include:

  • “LAN Play” support. You can now play against users within the same local area connection. If you click the L Stick while pressing the L Button and R Button on the top menu, you can switch between Local Communication and LAN Play.
  • “Arena Mode” added. It’s a mode where players can take turns fighting in one-on-one matches in Friend, Local Communication, and LAN Play. A maximum of four people can enter the Arena, with those not participating in the battle able to “Spectate.”
  • Fixed an issue where Kid Cobra continuously charge dashes when riding the snakeboard.
  • Fixed an issue where Barq (of Byte & Barq) does a big warp when riding the snakeboard and finishing a special move rush.
  • Fixed an issue where Arms such as Chakram did not hit the purple boxes that appear in the “Ribbon Ring” arena.
  • Fixed an issue where Biff says “AMRS Grand Prix” instead of “ARMS Grand Prix.”

Arms is available now for Switch.

PS4 Update 4.50 will be out Tomorrow, External HDD support, Pro Boost, plus more

Sony Interactive entertainment has announced that PlayStation 4 system software update version 4.50 will launch worldwide tomorrow

You can read the overview of the features being added below.

External HDD

As we previously mentioned, 4.50 allows to download and store PS4 games and apps to an external HDD. Insert your USB 3.0 HDD into your console, and select it from ‘USB Storage Devices’ from ‘Devices’ in Settings to format it so it’s ready to use (note, any previously stored content will be wiped from the HDD).

Note: compatible HDDs need to be USB 3.0 or later, between 250GB (min) – 8TB (max).

The HDD will now be the default download location as long as it’s plugged in; you can select the PS4’s internal storage instead on the ‘Storage’ section in Settings. You can easily move your internally-stored games and apps across to the HDD by selecting ‘Applications’ in ‘Storage’, press the ‘Options’ button and select ‘Move to Extended Storage’. You’ll be able to choose which games and apps you want to move.

To safely remove the HDD, hold down the PS button on your controller and select ‘Sound/Devices’ and then ‘Stop Using Extended Storage’ from the Quick Menu.

There is no guarantee that all USB storage devices are compatible with your system.

Improved 2D Images on PS VR

If you’re playing a game in PS VR and you return to the PS4 home screen, you may notice that the resolution looks lower than normal on the TV Social Screen. Following this update, you’ll find that the resolution of the system screen displayed on your TV is significantly better when you’re out of VR mode.

Also, the resolution of Cinematic Mode on PS VR will improve — if your PS VR screen size is set to Small or Medium, the frame rate of content viewed in Cinematic Mode goes up from 90Hz to 120Hz with this update.

Voice Chat for Remote Play
We’re adding voice chat when using Remote Play on Windows PC, Mac or an Xperia device. This is especially useful if you’ve got a gaming session planned with your friends, but you’re away from your system. You can switch your mic on and off via the microphone icon on the Tool Bar of the Remote Play app.

Off Console Availability
We have a variety of off-console apps and features that make communication with other gamers easier, like the PlayStation App and PS Messages. We’re adding an icon, shaped like a smartphone, which indicates a player is logged into PSN but away from their system.

Boost Mode (for PlayStation 4 Pro only)
PS4 Pro gets a new feature in this update called Boost Mode. This feature has been designed to provide better performance for select legacy titles that have not been patched to take advantage of the PS4 Pro’s faster CPU and its faster and double-sized GPU.

This can provide a noticeable frame rate boost to some games with variable frame rates, and can provide frame rate stability for games that are programmed to run at 30 Hz or 60 Hz. Depending on the game, the increased CPU speed may also result in shorter load times. You can turn on Boost Mode by going to Settings > System.

Keep in mind that Boost Mode is not guaranteed to work with all titles. Turning the setting off will allow the game to be played in a mode that replicates the standard PS4.

PS Messages and Communities app Updates
We’re also updating the PS Messages (Android/iOS) and PS Communities (Android/iOS) apps tomorrow with a few handy features.

  • When you receive a Party invitation from your friends on PS Messages, now you can respond with a quick reply, “I’ll join later” or “Sorry, I can’t join,” when you want to get back to them ASAP.
  • On the Communities app, you can now easily check the PSN service status under Settings > View Status of PSN Services.
  • Also on the Communities app, iOS users can tell at a glance if there are any new posts in their community by checking the badge app icon (the number in a red circle at the top-right corner of the app’s icon).

All of the PS4 Pro supported Games that are being updated

Here is the list of games getting updated for the Playstation 4 Pro:

Check out the full list below:

Battlefield 1

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 3

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Driveclub VR

EA Sports FIFA 17




Hustle Kings

inFAMOUS First Light

inFAMOUS Second Son


Mafia III

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

NBA 2K17


PlayStation VR Worlds

Ratchet & Clank

Rez Infinite

RIGS Mechanized Combat League

Rise Of The Tomb Raider

Robinson: The Journey


Super Stardust Ultra

The Elders Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

The Elders Scrolls Online: Skyrim Special Edition

The Last Of Us Remastered

The Last Of Us: Left Behind

The Playroom VR

Titanfall 2


Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood

Viking Squad

World Of Tanks


New Pokemon Go Update will Give a New Capture Bonus to Increase the Odds of Catching Rare Pokémon

Yesterday The Pokemon Go Team has released some great news for Pokemon Go Players. Pokemon Go will be receiving an update that will add a new feature which grants a catch bonus when you earn medals based on catching certain types of Pokémon.

The update states “For example, as you reach a higher tier for the Kindler Medal, your bonus to catch Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Vulpix and Ponyta increases.” this will help Pokemon Go players with catching those rare Pokemon’s that they always had trouble capturing before.

You can read the full update from The Pokemon Go Team below:


We want to give you a sneak peek of a feature coming soon to Pokémon GO. We are adding a new feature which grants a catch bonus when you earn medals based on catching certain types of Pokémon (Kindler, Psychic, Gardener, etc.). These new bonuses will give you a better chance of capturing Pokémon with a related type. For example, as you reach a higher tier for the Kindler Medal, your bonus to catch Fire-type Pokémon such as Charmander, Vulpix and Ponyta increases.

Trainers can work their way to a new tier by catching many Pokémon of the same type. If a Pokémon has multiple types, your bonus will be the average of your bonuses for each type. For example, Pidgey is both Normal and Flying type. Your bonus in this case would be the average of your Normal-type and Flying-type bonuses.

Look forward to this new feature coming soon!

via Pokemon Go Live

505 Games Jump On Board with Iga for Bloodstained Ritual of the Night

Today the Bloodstained Ritual of The Night‘s Kickstarter page was updated and announced they have found a publisher. The page states that 505 Games has joined forces with Iga in a partnership for the Bloodstained project. This will help bring the game to player when the development is finished and ready to go.

You can check out the latest info on the Official Kickstarter page, and watch the new updated video below.