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2018-08-09
The fourteenth Party Crash, Experimental Pop, is announced for 2018-08-17.
2018-07-30
The thirteenth Party Crash, Metal Meets Metal, ends, with Springtron defeating Mechanica by 22%.
2018-07-23
The thirteenth Party Crash, Metal Meets Metal, is announced for 2018-07-27.


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2018-07-09
The twelfth Party Crash, Serpents, ends, with Min Min defeating Kid Cobra by 2%.
2018-06-28
The twelfth Party Crash, Serpents, is announced for 2018-07-06.
2018-06-18
The eleventh Party Crash, Star Power Showdown, ends, with Ribbon Girl defeating Twintelle by 4%.
2018-06-08
The eleventh Party Crash, Star Power Showdown, is announced for 2018-06-15.
2018-05-28
The tenth Party Crash, Beef on Beef, ends, with Max Brass defeating Master Mummy by 2%.
2018-05-16
The tenth Party Crash, Beef on Beef, is announced for 2018-05-25.
2018-05-06
The ninth Party Crash, Conflict of Interests, ends, with Ninjara defeating Spring Man by 4%.
2018-04-25
The ninth Party Crash, Conflict of Interests, is announced for 2018-05-03.
2018-04-16
The eighth Party Crash, Stretch to the Limit, ends, with Min Min defeating Helix by 10%.
2018-04-10
Version 5.3.0 is released, adding new Gallery images and the Dashboard.
2018-04-04
The eighth Party Crash, Stretch to the Limit, is announced for 2018-04-13.
2018-03-26
The seventh Party Crash, Best Frenemies, ends, with Max Brass defeating Dr. Coyle by 4%.
2018-03-16
The next Party Crash, Best Frenemies, is announced for 2018-03-23.
2018-03-06
Version 5.2.0 is released, adding more gallery images, game fixes, and the ability to use the Party Crash mode, "Big Time ARMS", in regular battles.
2018-03-05
The sixth Party Crash, Shake the Rust Off,ends, with Mechanica defeating Byte & Barq by 2%.
2018-02-22
The next Party Crash, Shake the Rust Off, has been announced for 3/02/2018.
2018-02-12
The fifth Party Crash, Innovative Metal,ends, with Springtron defeating Kid Cobra by 6%.
2018-02-01
Version 5.1.0 is released, adding the Gallery mode and new badges. A new Party Crash event, Innovative Metal, is also announced.
2018-01-25
The producer himself, Kosuke Yabuki, confirms there will be no more major updates to ARMS.[1]
2018-01-31
Version 5.1.0 is announced for release on February 1st.
2018-01-22
The fourth Party Crash, New Face-Off, ends, with Lola Pop defeating Misango by 14%.
2018-01-12
Version 5.0.1 is released.
2018-01-02
The third Party Crash, That's a Wrap, ends, with Twintelle defeating Master Mummy by 2%.
2017-12-22
Version 5.0.0 is released, adding Dr. Coyle, [NAME REDACTED], the Lokjaw, Parabola, and Brrchuk to the game.
2017-12-21
Version 5.0.0 is scheduled for release on December 22nd.
2017-12-17
Version 5.0.0 is announced during the ARMS Japan Grand Prix 2017 for release before the end of 2017.
2017-11-30
Version 4.1.0 is released, adding Springtron as a playable character, new badges, and support for additional languages.
2017-11-28
Version 4.1.0 is announced for release on November 30th.
2017-11-15
Version 4.0.0 is released, adding Misango, Temple Grounds, the Poison attribute, and Party Crash as a new mode, among other additions.
2017-11-14
Version 4.0.0 is announced for release on November 15th.
2017-10-17
Version 3.2.0 is released.
2017-10-07
Version 3.2.0 is announced at the 2017 Nintendo World Championships, adding a badge system and other new features.
2017-10-05
An ARMS graphic novel series by Dark Horse is announced, the first book slated for a Fall 2018 release.
2017-09-28
Version 3.1.0 is released, adding Sparring Ring as a stage and making balancing changes.
2017-09-13
Version 3.0.0 is released, adding Lola Pop, Via Dolce, and various new features.
2017-08-22
Lola Pop is officially revealed as a character.
2017-08-15
An unnamed marketplace is teased as a stage.
2017-08-09
Version 2.1.0 is released, revamping Training mode and adjusting balance.
2017-07-29
Ramen wins APU Monthly 3, with IoN coming in second place.
2017-07-15
DanBob wins Hypertension 14, with Kwaz placing second.
2017-07-11
Version 2.0.0 is released, adding Max Brass and his ARMS, Hedlok Scramble, Stats, Events, and many fixes.
2017-07-08
Sol wins 2GGC: ARMS Saga, with NCJacobT coming in second place.
2017-07-07
The next update, adding Max Brass to the game, is announced for release on 2017-07-12.
2017-06-25
ARMS Version 1.1.0 is released, adding LAN Play and Arena mode and fixing various glitches.
2017-06-22
ARMS Institute joins NIWA, the Nintendo Independent Wiki Alliance.
2017-06-16
ARMS Version 1.0.0 is released in North America, Europe, and Japan.
2017-06-15
Max Brass is confirmed as an upcoming fighter during a Nintendo Treehouse stream.
2017-06-14
Zerk wins the ARMS Open Invitational, with SkywardWing coming in second place. Sky Arena is also shown as a multiplayer stage for the first time during the tournament.
2017-06-05
Nintendo announces an ARMS tournament to be streamed in early July, for the top Ranked Match players.
2017-06-02
Hedlok is officially revealed, with VS Hedlok being made available during the second week of the ARMS Global Testpunch.
2017-05-17
The ARMS Direct reveals Kid Cobra, Twintelle, Byte & Barq, new ARMS, new modes, and the ARMS Global Testpunch.
2017-05-16
Nintendo announces an ARMS Direct for May 17th at 3:00 PM PST.
2017-05-11
The Scrapyard is fully revealed as a stage.
2017-05-09
Ribbon Ring is fully revealed as a stage.
2017-05-01
ARMS Institute is founded.
2017-04-28
Helix is announced as a playable fighter.
2017-04-12
During a Nintendo Direct, Min Min is announced as a playable fighter alongside her stage, Ramen Bowl. An unnamed construction site is revealed as a stage. Biff is introduced.
2017-01-12
ARMS is revealed during Nintendo's Switch presentation in Japan.
  1. https://twitter.com/eurogamer/status/956505494738399232
  2. Retrieved from "https://armswiki.org/w/index.php?title=News&oldid=14980"