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It’s the end of the week, which means another weapon update for Splatoon 2. This time it’s a brand-new weapon: the Undercover Brella will be added to the game soon. Compared to other Brella-type weapons, it has lower durability but can be fired while its semi-transparent shield is open. It comes with the Ink Mine sub-weapon and the Splashdown special. It will be available tomorrow around noon in Japan and Australia, early in the morning in Europe and later tonight in North America.


A new update has gone live for Splatoon 2. Nintendo just released version 2.1.1 for all players.

Today’s update primarily makes a few changes to multiplayer and League Battle. For the full patch notes, continue on below.

Here’s something that’s a bit interesting. Today, Nintendo posted a new job listing on its website for a Splatoon 2 level designer. The game has obviously been out for awhile, but Nintendo is still updating it new content and patches.

The designer will be involved with the adjustment of stages, weapons, and rules. These include adjustments to existing levels.


To celebrate the holidays, Nintendo has shared some special art. We have a piece for Splatoon above and another drawing for ARMS below.

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Eurogamer published a new interview today with Splatoon 2 producer Hisashi Nogami. Nogami commented on how long it took to develop, why it took so long to allow players to change gear in-between rounds, and creating music / bands.

You can find answers to these comments below. For the full interview, head on over here.

Splatoon 2 continued its tradition of adding new weapons with tonight’s arrival of the Squeezer. Get a look at it in the video below.

We’re nearing the end of the week, which means it’s time for another Splatoon 2 weapon update. This time, a brand-new weapon will be added to the game – the Squeezer, a shooter-type weapon that will come with the Splash Wall sub-weapon and the Sting Ray special. As always, it’ll be available tomorrow around noon in Japan and Australia, early in the morning in Europe and later tonight in North America.


The BIU, the German games industry association, has revealed its sales awards for this past November. Super Mario Odyssey has received the platinum award, which means that it sold between 200,000 and 500,000 copies in November alone. Splatoon 2 got the gold award, meaning that it sold between 100,000 and 200,000 copies.

These are both very impressive numbers, especially since Mario Odyssey launched in October and Splatoon 2 was released all the way back in July.

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The latest North American Splatfest has come to an end. In this week’s event, players were asked which bad holiday gift would you rather receive: sweaters or socks.

All aspects of this Splatfest were very close. Just a few percentage points separated popularity and wins. But in the end, Team Sweater came out on top in each category and won by a score of 3-0.

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Splatoon 2 added in the new Walleye Warehouse map last night, a returning stage from the original game. Check out how the map compares in both titles below.

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