Have you been playing Nintendo's Steel Diver Sub Wars, if not you really should it is available on the 3DS eShop now and you can play the first two levels before committing to a full purchase, this will all decide if you like the game. For those of you who are playing the game you may be interested in knowing Steel Diver Sub Wars is going to get a few new features when it hits version 2.0 very soon.

Here is a rundown of the new features:

- Will now earn bonuses for consecutive victories in Matched Skill Battles (online)
- More arsenal of subs available as players level up in the Premium Version
- Will be able to purchase more subs in the Online Shop
- You will see a warning message on the screen when torpedoing allies
- Points will be deducted for every hit when hitting an ally
- New multiplayer stage
- Sub stats have been fine-tuned
- … and more

Here is the full message by developer Takaya Imamura about the game's impending update:

Hello. I am Takaya Imamura, the director of Steel Diver: Sub Wars.
Thank you very much for playing.

I’d like to talk a little bit about some updates to the game we’re working on that we’re calling “Version 2.0”.

In Version 2.0, in Internet Battle mode, you will now also earn bonuses for consecutive victories in Matched Skills Battles. Additionally, owners of the Premium Version will have access to a larger arsenal of subs as they level up, and more subs will be made available for purchase in the Online Shop within the game.

We also received a lot of feedback via Miiverse about players attacking their allies. In Version 2.0, players who torpedo their allies will receive a warning message on their screen, and points will be deducted for every hit. We’re also planning to add a new multiplayer stage, and to continue to fine-tune the submarine stats, among other things.

We are working hard to get Version 2.0 ready for release in May, so please be on the lookout for it.

Thank you for your continued support of Steel Diver: Sub Wars!

Steel Diver Sub Wars has some interesting ideas that I would recommenced checking out even if you are like me and only play the free to lay stuff, but if you really enjoy that you will most likely enjoy the full game and clearly there is a lot on offer, this update looks like it will be good for the game so we can look forward to it.

Source: Nintendo Everything