Nintendo’s first Free to Play game, Steel Diver: Sub Wars was initially suppose to have an major update releasing this May, but it won’t be the case this time. It’s been pushed backed to early June, says game director Takaya Imamura.
Imamura took his comment to Miiverse to update fans of the game will have to wait a little longer for the update to be released. Here’s Mr. Imamura comment he gave following the delau:
Hello, this is Takaya Imamura, the Director of Steel Diver: Sub Wars. As always, thank you so much for playing. I would like to take a moment to update you on Version 2.0, which we announced recently.
We had been aiming to release Version 2.0 in May. However, we’d now like to ask you for a little more time, in order to ensure that the finished update is as polished as possible. The current plan is to release the update in early June.
I apologise to those who have been looking forward to this release, and thank you for your patience.
The 2.0 update was suppose to give players more options, such as the ability to buy more submarines from the eShop. Here’ s a rundown on what the update will have in early June:
- Bonuses for consecutive victories online
- More subs available to unlock for Premium owners
- More subs available to buy in the eShop
- Point deductions for those that attack allies online
- A new multiplayer stage
- Fine-tuned submarine stats and more