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Ninjala: Season 3 trailer for Nintendo Switch

Season 2 has come to an end in Ninjala, the free-to-play title on Nintendo Switch, and now we can take a look at what’s in store for Season 3. The theme is dragons this time around and this season will bring an array of outfits for fans to get their hands on in-game. Players can nab the new clothing with a Ninjala Pass or by visiting the in-game speciality shop.

The official Ninjala website has given a bit more info surrounding the event schedule and what updates have been implemented for the game:

If the version displayed atop the Ninjala title screen reads “Ver.3.0”, the update has been successfully installed.

This update contains a vast amount of new features and additions to Ninjala.
Major features include Special Collections and the all-new Spectator Mode. The visual appearance of the base screen has also been updated to make ninja missions easier to review. The update also includes new gum weapons, new stages, new UI features, and a wide range of adjustments and bug fixes.

Season ScheduleOct. 28, 2020, 19:00 (PDT) – Jan. 06, 2021, 17:59 (PST)
29 Oct. 2020, 02:00 (GMT) – 07 Jan. 2021, 01:59 (GMT)
29 Oct. 2020, 12:00 (AEST) – 07 Jan. 2021, 11:59 (AEST)

Take a look at the trailer below:

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5 comments

  1. I can’t tell if you want to know how successful it is or if you are saying that it is very successful and wondering if any of us have any idea about how good it is. Answering the first statement, there was an article on this site saying it’s been downloaded over 4 million times. When I play, I don’t have to wait long for a match. Hope that helps, otherwise, I can’t help.

  2. I like the game i know they are adding more so i don’t criticize but i hope more modes are added for battle like capture the flag

  3. I don’t know if I’m misremebering, but I recall seasons to games actually lasting a whole year or sometimes mutliple in most titles, but it feels like every since Fortnite came out people started doing them for 2 to 3 months. Guess they rather get $80 to $120 a year instead of $15 to $30.

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