Claim turf anytime, anywhere, with anyone in Splatoon 2, only on Nintendo Switch. Traditional 4-on-4 turf battles return in this full sequel, along with returning modes, new stages, new fashions, new weapons and much more.
The aim is simple in Turf War: claim as much territory as possible by coating it in your team’s colours. The team with the most turf wins! Transform into a squid to swiftly swim through your team’s ink. Use these talents to scale walls coated in your colours to reach high-up vantage points, lie in wait for unsuspecting players, or cook up devious strategies.
Splatoon 2 Features:
New Weapons: New dual-wielding Splat Dualies join the action, complete with a new Roll move that’s great for dodging incoming attacks. Mainstays like the Splat Roller and Splat Charger have also been remixed and all feature brand-new Special weapons.
New Mode – Salmon Run: Work with up to three other players to defeat waves of Salmonid and collect the treasured eggs they leave behind in this brand-new mode.
Local & Online Multiplayer: In a first for the series, compete in local multiplayer Turf War battles, whether in TV mode or on-the-go in handheld or tabletop modes. Up to 10 docked Nintendo Switch consoles – eight players and two spectators – can connect via wired LAN, allowing players to create local Private Battle tournaments without the need for an internet connection. Online battles also make a return.
Single-Player Mode: One half of the famous Squid Sisters, Callie, has gone missing – and Marie has tasked you with finding her! Use different weapons, like the Splat Roller, Slosher, Splatling or the new Splat Dualies, to overcome obstacles, defeat enemies and take down towering bosses on your mission to reunite the Squid Sisters!
New Ways to Play: Play on the TV, in handheld mode or in tabletop mode using the Joy-Con or the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller (sold separately) and aim your ink using motion controls for accurate aiming.
New Trends: Two years have passed in the world of Splatoon, and a lot has changed. Some familiar characters return under different circumstances, and new characters are introduced as well.
New Stages: Brand new stages like Humpback Pump Track and Musselforge Fitness enter the fray.
Fresh Updates: Updates will roll out post-launch, adding new stages, fashions and weapons, as the original game did.
Smart Device Support: An upcoming smart-phone application for the Nintendo Switch system will enhance matchmaking and allow for voice chat options.
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by Jorge on October 23rd 2018
The sequel to the original is pretty awesome, and best of all its playable on the go. Improved graphics and it features a new story mode which is also fun to play through. There’s the new OctoExpansion DLC story you can download too where you play as Octolings.
A note to all Aussie players buying this European version of the game. The multiplayer side works fine, but if you buy the OctoExpansion DLC it will NOT work with this game if your Switch and Nintendo account is set to Australia. You’ll have to create a UK account. I had to find this the hard way as there’s no warning on the product page. Just a heads up.
by Joshua on August 31st 2018
Undoubtedly, Splatoon 2 is probably one of the 3 games that every Switch owner should have, alongside the obvious Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey. Although the single player mode was lacking, the multiplayer options this game has carries it over. I've seen many players invest hundreds of hours in this game, and within good reasons, as the quick, fast paced colourful action of Splatoon just keeps enticing you to click 'play again.' For hardcore shooter fans, Splatoon 2 will come as a pleasant surprise, shaking the system into one that requires cooperation rather than solo-killing. Should you get good enough, Splatoon 2 has a huge competitive scene that is easy to learn but hard to master. These modes differ from tower control, capture the flag, an American-football inspired point collector, and zone controls. Not all modes will appeal to everyone, but each are fun enough that each individual will at least find their home with one. If you're looking for a fast-paced multiplayer or shooter on Switch with a huge competitive scene, then you should absolutely grab this game today.
by Ramon on October 24th 2017
What a great game, so much fun to play online and a huge single player game if you have time to play it.
by Elijah on August 31st 2017
Splatoon 2 is a really fun great game to play. I never got a chance to play the first one so I can't say much about the differences but the game itself is just alround casual fun. The story mode is really simple and just fun to play if you're not feeling competitive or you're out and about. Where as the battle modes are where I think the game shines most. It takes a little getting used to but the multiplayer I think is what you should buy the game for. 5/5 worth buying!
by Anthony on August 30th 2017
Splatoon 2 is one of the best kid friendly multiplayer shooter action game to release in a long time. It has an awesome soundtrack, is really colourful and the gameplay is really solid. The story is above average, and there are unlockables that get you to replay the campaign over and over, which gives the game some replay value. Overall, it's a very good Nintendo game, and you should buy it.
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