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Destiny 2 marks the debut of the game on PC, but for those of you who were also expecting or hoping that this would finally be the time when the franchise would also be available on Nintendo via a Nintendo Switch version- well, don't raise your hopes. These "Testpunches" will allow players to try out ARMS for free before the game launches on June 16.

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According to Digital Foundry, a team of guys dedicated to previewing the software performance on hardware, The Nintendo Switch exclusive, ARMS Global Testpunch is set to run at 1080p at 60fps when docked, and 900p when undocked and in split screen.

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Players will be able to enjoy Silkshots in the game as well. Your attacks can damage your ally, so you need to coordinate well here. There are also V-ball and Hoops, as well as Skillshot and one-on-100. As before, the single player mode will teach players the basic controls of the game as well as introduce tricks and tips they can take forward into the game's multiplayer.

Skillshot tasks players with destroying as many targets as possible using the versatile powers of ARMS, while 1-on-100 pits challenges players to defeat 100 enemies in a row. But even if you don't get a new type of arm, the duplicate arm you get will be stronger than the original. There's also a Ranked Match where your rank keeps rising or falling depending on whether you win or lose fights.