10 Splatoon 2 tips to help you splat 'em all
Splatoon 2 has to rank as one of 2017's most highly-anticipated sequels, but there's a good chance that many Nintendo Switch owners who're contemplating a purchase haven't played the original on the Wii U, one of Nintendo's most commercially disastrous consoles. Don't be afraid if you're hitting the game cold though, we've compiled some handy tips that cover the basics and will get you up to speed in no time at all.
It might sound obvious, but use your ink wisely. The aim of the game in Splatoon 2's online Turf War mode is to cover as much ground as possible with your own ink, not to rack up kills. Hitting the walls doesn't count so don't bother, unless you're creating a route to swim up in squid form. When inking, remember that covering the enemy ink with your own is always preferable to covering bare, unclaimed ground – that's because every inch of enemy turf you claim adds to your team score and takes away from that of your rivals.
Master the Splat Dualies’ dodge move
Splatoon 2 has plenty of weapons to choose from but it's the Splat Dualies – new for this sequel – that make the most impact. These dual-wielded pistols fire a rapid stream of ink, which allows you to overwhelm opponents at close range. However, it's the dash ability that really makes them stand apart; when firing, pressing 'B' and a direction will trigger a dash, followed by a brief stream of even faster fire.
Use your special abilities wisely
After inking a certain amount of turf, you'll trigger your special ability, which is different depending on which weapon you've selected. Some of these are defensive – such as the Ink Armour – while others are devastatingly powerful offensive weapons, like the Tentamissiles, which allow you to lock onto multiple targets at a distance and unleash a barrage of rockets. It's tempting to use your special ability as soon as it's charged. After all, you usually only get a couple of chances per match. But don't be too over-enthusiastic. Defensive abilities are best used when you're about to enter a firefight with the enemy, while ranged weapons – like Tentamissiles – work most effectively when you have some space between you and the bulk of the rival team.
Pick your perfect control method
On Wii U, Splatoon boasted a unique control system, where the GamePad's motion controls were used to control aiming on-screen. This system has been retained in the Switch sequel, with some slight differences.
When playing in docked mode the Joy-Con / Grip combo (or the the Pro Controller), replace the GamePad but retain the motion control. When playing in portable mode, the motion controls are present, but your attention is naturally fixed to the screen, which makes it feel a little different to the Wii U original. You can switch off motion controls and rely entirely on the twin-stick set up, and while many top-tier players swear by motion controls, it's worth experimenting with both configurations to find the one which suits you best. You can also tinker with the sensitivity of the controls if you're finding them to be too twitchy, or not responsive enough.
A word of warning, though. You can only change the controls from the main plaza screen. When you're in an online battle or waiting in the lobby, you'll have to drop back to the plaza to make any alterations.
Back up your allies
When you're moving through your own ink things are hunky-dory in Splatoon 2, but as soon as you set foot inside enemy territory things get a little bit sticky, to say the least. Dipping a toe into enemy ink not only resets your healing timer, which means you're at risk of getting splatted, it also slows down your movement dramatically, and negates your ability to transform into a squid and escape at speed. If you see a team-mate in this situation, aim at their feet and fire as much ink as possible. Not only will this bag more territory for your team, it will release your beleaguered ally and get them back in the game.
Don’t rage quit
When you're on the losing end of a battle it might seem tempting to simply place your Switch in sleep mode and exit the match, but we'd advise against such mean-spirited behaviour. For starters, losing still earns you experience points so failure isn't all bad, and secondly, the game logs when you put your systems into sleep mode, even going as far as to flash up a warning message when you next boot up the game, pointing out that your last session ended 'suspiciously', and that you may even be temporarily suspended if you continue to rage quit. Gulp!
Choose when to jump
Getting splatted and being sent back to your team's spawn point is mildly annoying when you're in the middle of a tough contest, but don't worry – you can use your super jump to instantly leap to another team-mate at any time, which allows you to get back into the thick of things faster. However, there are some caveats to this; the process of jumping takes a few seconds, and by the time you land your ally could well be toast, placing you right in the middle of the firing line. Before committing to a leap, check the map to see which ally makes the best jump point and don't rush, because saving those few seconds doesn't mean anything if you get splatted the moment you touch down.
Each map is roughly divided into three sections: your side, the enemy's side and the middle ground, which is where you'll spend most of the match contesting. The maps are designed with choke points in mind, and controlling these is vital to victory. However, some maps also have short-cuts and concealed routes, which allow you to get over to your opponent's side of the map without taking the most obvious path. Find these and exploit them wherever possible.
Rotate your gear
Once you attain rank 4 via victories in online battles, you're considered 'fresh' enough to visit the many outfitters that populate the game. Some of these sell you new weapons, while others are more concerned with clothing. Not only does this gear make you look cooler, it bestows special buffs that can really make the difference in battle. As you play online, your gear earns experience too, unlocking new abilities. Make sure you rotate your gear to ensure you max out all items and don't waste any of those precious experience points.
Make sweet music
This isn't a tip as such, but when you're sitting in the lobby waiting for a match to start, you can use the face buttons to trigger the vocal parts of the music and the analogue sticks adjust their speed. You can make some pretty far-out tunes using this method.
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Ink-splatting action is back and fresher than ever
The squid kids called Inklings are back to splat more ink and claim more turf in this colorful and chaotic 4-on-4 action shooter. For the first time, take Turf War battles on-the-go with the Nintendo Switch™ system, and use any of the console’s portable play styles for intense local multiplayer* action. Even team up for new 4-player co-op fun in Salmon Run!
Expect a fresh wave of fashion, not to mention new weapons and gear. Dual wield the new Splat Dualies or stick to mainstays like chargers and rollers, which have been remixed with new strategic possibilities. As always, Turf War is the favored sport among Inklings, but they also dig ranked battles, taking down Octarians in a robust single-player campaign, and battling enemy Salmonids in one dangerous part-time job! No matter which way you play, splat at home or on-the-go with Nintendo Switch. Staying fresh never felt so good.
- Release date:
- July 21, 2017
- up to 8 players
- Action, Multiplayer
- Game file size:
- 6.1 GB
- Supported Languages:
- Spanish, French, English
- Supported Play Modes:
Software compatibility and play experience may differ on Nintendo Switch Lite. Additional accessories may be required (sold separately). See support for details.
- ESRB Rating:
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*MSRP: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Actual price may vary. See retailer for details.
**Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required for online play. This game does not support Save Data Cloud backup. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online features. Terms apply. nintendo.com/switch-online
*Additional games and systems required for multiplayer mode. Sold separately.
**Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required for online play. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online features. Terms apply. nintendo.com/switch-online
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Splatoon 2 - Nintendo Switch
2017 video game for the Nintendo Switch
2017 video game
Splatoon 2[a] is a 2017 third-person shooter game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It was released on July 21, 2017, and is a direct sequel to Splatoon, which includes a new story-driven single-player mode and various online multiplayer modes. An expansion pack for the single-player mode titled Octo Expansion was subsequently released as downloadable content (DLC) on June 13, 2018.
The game received generally positive reviews upon release. As of March 2021, Splatoon 2 had sold over 12.21 million copies worldwide, selling more than twice as many as its predecessor and making it one of the best-selling Switch games. A sequel, Splatoon 3, is set to release for the Nintendo Switch in 2022.
See also: Gameplay of Splatoon
Like its predecessor, Splatoon 2 is a third-person shooter in which players control characters, known as Inklings and Octolings, and use colored ink as ammunition. Ink is also used to cover the ground, or any paintable surface, in order to swim or refill their ink tanks. Inklings and Octolings can morph between humanoid, or kid form, where they switch from walking and shooting, into squid form where they can quickly swim through ink of their own color, and replenish their ink supply, as well as return to full health.
The sequel adds new standard, sub and special weapons, including dual-wield pistols called Dualies that allow the player to perform dodge rolls, shotgun-like weapons called Brellas that enable defensive maneuvers with folding shields, and jetpacks known as Inkjets. Like the previous game, it features the standard Turf War mode for Regular Battles, in which two four-player teams have three minutes to cover the most turf with their color of ink. Splatoon 2 also maintains the first game's rotation of Splat Zones, Tower Control and Rainmaker for Ranked Battles, unlocked at level ten, while also adding a new Clam Blitz mode. League Battles allow players to form teams with friends playing the same modes as in Ranked Battles. A new mode, Salmon Run, allows up to four players to team up cooperatively to tackle waves of enemies called Salmonids and collect Boss Salmonids' eggs.
Once per month until July 2019, a "Splatfest" event was held in which players could choose one of two teams, usually based on common debates such as heroes versus villains and pancakes versus waffles. In addition, there were two collaborations during these Splatfests: Nickelodeon's Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Splatfest themes were usually announced two weeks in advance, and players were given the ability to choose their team in the game's lobby. Themes were usually region-specific and happen at different times of the month. The only mode available in a Splatfest was Turf War, but players could choose between normal and pro modes. Winning battles awarded 'clout' to the winning team, and at the end of the Splatfest, the winning side was decided by evaluating popularity and clout earned in both battle modes. All players who participate earn rare rewards, but players on the winning team receive a slightly higher cut. In July 2019, Nintendo announced that the final regular Splatfest would be held that month. However, bonus rematches of previous Splatfests were held in May 2020, August 2020, and October 2020. A Splatfest celebrating the Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary was held in January 2021.
The game features a single-player campaign called Hero Mode, in which the player rescues captured Zapfish across various levels while fighting off evil Octarians. Unlike the previous game's single-player campaign which had a pre-determined weapon set, the player can now earn various weapons, some of which are required when playing levels for the first time. In addition to Sunken Scrolls that unlock artwork and in-game lore, players can collect Power Orbs to upgrade their Hero Mode weapons, and tickets that can be exchanged for temporary reward boosts in multiplayer battles, such as increased experience or in-game money. Using a single weapon to beat all of the Hero Mode levels grants the player a Hero Weapon Replica (identical to the campaign weapon) to use in multiplayer matches. In the Octo Expansion DLC, players play as an Octoling in a new single-player campaign featuring eighty missions in which the player teams up with Inkopolis veteran Cap’n Cuttlefish, as well as the fictional in-game pop band known as Off The Hook, which consists of the characters Pearl and Marina, to collect assorted items called “Thangs”, as well as defeat enemies along the way. Players can also play multiplayer online through an internet connection or play locally, although local play requires multiple consoles and copies of the game. The game also features LAN support with an adapter accessory for local private tournaments. The game supports amiibo figures, which allow players to store their character's custom look and unlock additional content. Free post-release updates and events are ongoing.
Splatoon 2 takes place approximately two years after the final Splatfest event of the first game, in which the pop idol Marie defeated her cousin and fellow Squid Sister, Callie. After having drifted apart in the months following the event, Marie worries that Callie was negatively affected by the result. After leaving Inkopolis to see her parents, Marie returns home to discover that the Great Zapfish that powers the city has gone missing again, as has Callie. Fearing that the evil Octarians are once more involved, Marie again takes up her role as Agent 2 of the New Squidbeak Splatoon and recruits an Inkling from Inkopolis Square, the player character, to become Agent 4 and investigate.
With assistance from Marie and weapons expert Sheldon, Agent 4 makes their way through Octo Canyon fighting Octarians and recovering several stolen Zapfish, including ones powering the Octarians' war machines, such as the Octo Oven, the Octo Samurai and the Octo Shower. They discover that Callie herself has sided with the Octarians after being brainwashed (through the use of special glasses, named “Hypnoshades”) by their leader, DJ Octavio, who has escaped his imprisonment after his defeat in the first game and once more is using the Great Zapfish to power his new DJ stage, the Octobot King II. Marie arrives with Sheldon, both on top of a flying Squid Sisters themed stage, and frees Callie from her mind control shooting her Hypnoshades, with a Hero Charger. Finally, together they help Agent 4 defeat Octavio once more hitting him once and for all with a Rainmaker. With the Great Zapfish safely returned to Inkopolis, the Squid Sisters happily reunite and resume their musical career with the song "Fresh Start".
See also: Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion
A limited-time global multiplayer demo for the game, known as the "Splatoon 2 Global Testfire", was released in March 2017. A special edition of Nintendo Treehouse Live was streamed during the first session, in which members of the Nintendo Treehouse participated in the demo. Similarly to the demo of the original game, it was only available to play for a specific time period, across six one-hour play sessions in one weekend. Another demo session demonstrating the game's Splatfest events was held on July 15, 2017.
The game was released worldwide on July 21, 2017. In Japan and Europe, neon-green and neon-pink Joy-Con controllers and Splatoon-themed Pro Controllers were released alongside the game. A game card-free version, which features a download code inside a game case instead of a game card, was also released in Japan, as well as a Switch hardware bundle including a download code for the game. A similar bundle was released in the United States as a Walmart exclusive.
New Amiibo figures of new Inkling Girl, Boy and Squid designs from Splatoon 2 were released alongside the game. These figures, alongside previous Splatoon figures, unlock exclusive in-game clothing and music tracks and allow the player to save a loadout of weapons and clothing to the figure so they can be readily accessed at any time. Characters with these saved load-outs can be posed alongside the player for taking screenshots. Amiibo figures of Pearl and Marina from Off the Hook were released on July 13, 2018, and feature similar functionality to those already released, while a final trio of figures of Octoling Girl, Boy and Octopus designs were released in Japan and Europe on November 9, 2018, and in North America on December 7, 2018.
Like the previous game, Splatoon 2 was continually updated post-release with free content. From launch, at least one new weapon was added to the game almost every week, while new stages and game modes were added at irregular intervals. In late April 2018, this changed to having a large group of weapons added every month instead, with new stages continuing to be added until October 2018. While these regular updates were originally due to continue for around a year after the game's launch, with monthly regional Splatfest events being held for around two years, the regular updates were later extended to last until the end of 2018. An expansion pack for the game's single-player mode, titled Octo Expansion, was released in June 13, 2018.
The game's content update in December 2018 was announced as the final one, albeit with balancing patches and Splatfest events due to continue into Summer 2019, but it was later revealed that more smaller updates would release until July 2019.
Prior to Splatoon 2's reveal, clips of the game were featured in the announcement trailer for the Nintendo Switch. Its unanticipated appearance led to speculation by the media and public over whether or not the footage shown was that from a port of Splatoon or a sequel. It was also presented in the trailer in a way that promoted the game as an eSport, following investments by Nintendo in Splatoon eSport tournaments in late 2016.
Splatoon 2 was officially unveiled to the public during the Nintendo Switch reveal presentation held in Tokyo on January 13, 2017, where it was announced for release in Q2/Q3 2017. The reveal was accompanied by a trailer featuring the game's new maps and weapons, and an on-stage appearance of producer Hisashi Nogami in-character as a scientist from the Squid Research Lab, a fictional scientific group from the game, which appeared in various promotional material for the original Splatoon.
Similarly to the first game, Splatoon 2 features Splatfest events that include crossovers with other brands, both from other Nintendo properties such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and third-party franchises including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,McDonald's,Uniqlo,Nike,Sanrio,Meiji, and Pocky.
A manga series based on the game and illustrated by Sankichi Hinodeya began serialization in Shogakukan's CoroCoro Comic magazine in May 2017. It was published in North America by Viz Media in late 2017. A motion comic adaptation of the manga was announced in July 2017 and released on YouTube the following month.
Splatune 2, a two-disc official soundtrack featuring music from the game by Toru Minegishi, Ryo Nagamatsu, and Shiho Fujii, was published by Enterbrain in Japan on November 29, 2017, debuting at number eight on Billboard Japan's Hot Albums chart. A second soundtrack album, Octotune, was released in Japan on July 18, 2018. This album features tracks added in the game's Octo Expansion DLC and other post-release updates, as well as a recording of the game's first live concert. It peaked at number five on the Hot Albums chart.
Similarly to the first game, a series of real-life virtual concerts featuring the game's signature band Off the Hook have been performed in various locations. Their first concert was held at Tokaigi 2018 in Japan on February 10, 2018, a second was performed at Polymanga in Switzerland on March 31, 2018, a third concert which featured a new song, "Nasty Majesty" from Splatoon 2's Octo Expansion, was performed at NicoNico Chokaigi in Japan on April 28, 2018, a fourth concert was performed at Tokaigi Game Party 2019 in Japan on January 26, 2019, which featured more songs from the Octo Expansion, and was the first concert to only feature Pearl and Marina, and a two day concert featuring both the Squid Sisters and Off The Hook was performed at Nintendo Live 2019 on October 13–14, 2019, which featured performances based on previous concerts.
Splatoon 2 received "generally favorable" reviews, according to review aggregatorMetacritic. Critics stated that Splatoon 2 retained what was great about the original game while adding new features to keep the game fresh.Nintendo Life praised the improved single-player campaign.Destructoid and Game Informer criticised the accessibility within the game's multiplayer modes—weapons couldn't be changed between matches at that time (though this was added in a later update), no split-screen play, and the Salmon Run mode is only playable online at certain times—but praised the new weapons and gameplay.The Verge blamed the lack of a built-in voice chat feature and ease of viewing the map for taking away from the multiplayer experience, yet still calling the game an improvement over the original.GameSpot cited Splatoon 2 as "a fresh take on the already unique shooter" but pointed out that using a mobile app for voice communication made multiplayer more complicated than it needed to be.Game Revolution and GamesRadar both praised the colorful artstyle and depth of the multiplayer combat. IGN gave the game a score of 8.3/10—higher than the initial score of the original game but lower than its re-review—praising the "addicting" Salmon Run mode and improved graphics, while making similar complaints about the game's matchmaking system.Electronic Gaming Monthly and Nintendo World Report both stated that the game felt "more like Splatoon 1.5" than a true sequel to the original, but nonetheless complimented the game's new additions.
Eurogamer ranked the game 17th on their list of the "Top 50 Games of 2017", while Polygon ranked it 43rd on their list of the 50 best games of 2017.The Verge named Splatoon 2 as one of their 15 Best Games of 2017. The game was nominated for "Best Switch Game" in both Destructoid's Game of the Year Awards 2017 and IGN's Best of 2017 Awards, the latter of which also nominated it for "Best Shooter" and "Best Multiplayer".
Splatoon 2 debuted second on the UK software sales chart in its launch week, behind Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy. It had 59% better first week sales than Splatoon and became the third biggest launch of a Switch game in that country. In Japan, Splatoon 2 sold roughly 648,000 copies at retail within the first few days of its launch. Including download copies, the game had sold over two million in Japan by early 2018, making it the first home console game to do so in the country since 2010's Wii Party. The game shipped 1.56 million copies in Japan and 3.61 million copies worldwide in its first fiscal quarter on sale. By June 2020, the game had sold 10.71 million copies worldwide, making it the ninth best-selling Switch game worldwide. As of June 2021, ''Splatoon 2'' had sold over 12.45 million copies worldwide, selling twice as much as its predecessor, and making it one of the best-selling Switch games.
On February 17, 2021, during a Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced a teaser trailer for Splatoon 3, also being released for the Switch and is set to be released in 2022. The teaser trailer revealed gameplay similar of which to Splatoon 2, and revealed new items, weapons, and abilities, including an Ink Bow and a new apocalyptic design.
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Fuck it. Fuck you, you fagots are purulent. And you, scum, don't come back without sperm. He banged his fist on the door from the back so that sand from the frame fell.
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