Major Updates for Splatoon 2 Are Coming Very Soon!

Major Updates coming to Splatoon 2!

Hey Squids! It’s that time again! It’s bringing you news from <undisclosed location> for everyone’s favorite ink-based team shooter Splatoon 2!! We’ve just received great news regarding new updates that will be coming out VERY soon. In fact, there’s is going to be one tomorrow!! That’s November 23rd, followed by another update in mid-December. Expect to see new maps, a new game mode, and most importantly the newest and freshest gear and haircuts for you inklings! Let’s get the dets straight from Nintendo themselves!

November 23rd Updates:

  • Four New Battle Stages: While four new battle stages are coming to Splatoon 2, they won’t all be available immediately after downloading the update. Like with previous additions, the stages will roll out over the subsequent weeks, giving players new surprises as they play throughout the holiday season and beyond. The first new battle stage, MakoMart, will be available to play on Black Friday, Nov. 24, with Shellendorf Institute, Walleye Warehouse and Arowana Mall coming soon. The new MakoMart stage is a giant superstore-style stage, so what better time to play than on Black Friday! Shellendorf Institute is new to the series, while Walleye Warehouse and Arowana Mall are popular stages returning from the original Splatoon game.
  • New Salmon Run Stage: Fan-favorite multiplayer mode* Salmon Run is getting a new stage. After downloading the update, Salmonid Smokeyard will be added to the stage rotation. In Salmonid Smokeyard, a wide gap on the beach divides two upper platforms, with fan lifts being the quickest way to traverse the two platforms. Teamwork is required to use the fan lifts effectively.
  • New Gear: Approximately 140 pieces of gear are being added to Splatoon 2. These include shoes, headgear and clothes, like a motocross mask, and additional winter clothing (perfect for the cold weather!), as well as returning items from the original Splatoon game.
  • New Battle Music: Two new bands have been gaining popularity in Inkopolis! The punk-flavored Bottom Feeders and classically trained avant-garde-style Ink Theory are contributing new songs to the already music-rich game.
  • New Hairstyle: When customizing an Inkling, four new hairstyles will be available to choose from – two each for female and male characters.
  • Higher Level Caps: Currently, players are maxed out at Level 50. After downloading the update, the new maximum level will be raised to 99. If players talk to Judd when they reach Level 99, they’ll have the option to reset their level display to Level ★1 so they can continue raising their level.
  • New amiibo Functionality: Tapping a compatible amiibo figure after the update will let players take and share in-game photos in preset locations in Battle Stages, in addition to being able to take photos in Inkopolis Square. Players can also add fun filters to their images.
  • Convenient Gear Swapping: Players that want to change gear between battles in Regular Battle, Ranked Battle and Splatfest Battle (Solo) won’t have to exit to the lobby anymore! After downloading the update, gear can be swapped out without leaving the match room, making it quicker to get back to splatting. For Regular Battle, this also means players can play the next battle with the same players.

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Mid-December Update:

  • Clam Blitz: In Clam Blitz, competing Inklings are tasked with collecting clams scattered around the stage. After one is picked up, the clam follows the player. The objective is to throw the clam into the basket near the opponent’s base. The first team to score 100 points wins! But, of course, this being the fiercely competitive world of Splatoon 2, things are not as easy as they seem. The baskets are protected by a barrier, which much be destroyed first. After collecting 10 clams, the player will earn a Power Clam. These super-powered clams are the key to breaking the barrier, so strategy will definitely be involved in which clams are used to destroy the barrier and which are used to earn points. Not to mention the extra-satisfying opportunity to steal opponents’ clams by splatting them…

So there you have it, kids! Splatoon 2 continues to provide with its stream of free updates, adding more and more fresh features to enjoy! So what are you waiting for? Splatoon 2 is available now on the Nintendo Switch, both physically and digitally! You can get the game or credit for the eShop below, followed by the video trailer for the new updates!

Splatoon 2 (US)US$ 59.99
Splatoon 2 (JPN)US$ 59.99
Splatoon 2 (EUR)US$ 58.99
Splatoon 2 (Australia)US$ 52.99

More eShop cards available > HERE <

Nintendo eShop Card 50 USD | USA Account DIGITAL (US)US$ 49.99
Nintendo eShop Card 10 USD | USA Account DIGITAL (US)US$ 11.49
Nintendo eShop Card 5000 YEN | Japan Account DIGITAL (JPN)US$ 53.99
Nintendo eShop Card 1000 YEN | Japan Account DIGITAL (JPN)US$ 12.99

Of course there’s always more to sea when it comes to the fintastic world of Splatoon!

Nintendo Switch Splatoon 2 Set (Neon Green / Neon Pink) (JPN)US$ 499.99
amiibo Splatoon Series Figure (Girl Neon Pink) (JPN)US$ 12.99
Nintendo Switch Pro Controller (Splatoon 2 Edition) (JPN)US$ 89.99
Accessory Set for Nintendo Switch (Splatoon 2) (JPN)US$ 21.99
Splatoon Canvas Box (Large) (JPN)US$ 34.99
Splatoon 2 Original Soundtrack – Splatune 2 (JPN)US$ 29.99
Splatoon 2 King Flip Mesh Cap Yellow (JPN)US$ 16.99
Splatoon 2 Ikasu Art Book (JPN)US$ 29.99

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