Nintendo intends to introduce its first free-to-play game. The name has not been finalized yet but one thing is for sure; it resembles the Steel Diver game of yesterday.
Set on the pattern of its Steel Diver gaming module, Nintendo is all revived up to produce a free-to-play game that will rock the gaming market. The design guru, Shigeru Miyamoto has spoken of how he wants to try out something new by tweaking the pre-existing game known as Steel Diver. According to IGN, the basic purpose behind this soup-up version is to make things super-interesting. The components of Steel Diver were manufactured by Nintendo’s Tokyo-based branch, the exact firm responsible for Super Mario Galaxy. The game featured a series of moves on screen which were orchestrated from levers and buttons. The main object you had to control was a submarine. Miyamoto further announced that the financial mode of the game was still being kept under wraps.
The same decision would not be implemented in the case of such games as Pokemon or Mario. They were already quite popular and didn’t need a boost for sales to flourish. The original version of Steel Diver featured both a solo option and a multiple player alternative. The whole mission of ocean exploration made for an exciting playing opportunity alright. The newer version which is about to come out will display war, warriors and weapons. It have 3 battle modes of campaigns, periscope strike and steel commander. It will up the fun factor in the game’s repertoire to entertain its users.
Steel Diver was from the beginning a 3DS game. With the spanking new free-to-play edition the submarine graphics, torpedo firing capacity and warring nature of the underwater brave ones has been taken to the max. The freshness of this novel approach and the free vistas it opens up for amped gamers is virtually limitless. It is actually a policy set up by Nintendo’s administration which they gave away in a recent interview. All will be revealed in the nick of time with the digital debut which is set to occur pretty soon. Up to four players can handle the game this time around.
There was some speculation among the Nintendo team regarding what sort of business model would be kept for the upcoming remake of the game. It was decided peacefully and quietly. Back in 2012, the president of Nintendo stated that his company had no intentions of churning out a free-to-play game. But now it seems the choices have changed for the better. The free installments are about to begin and the gamers are going gaga over the item of the times.