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It’s the end of week, which means another new weapon is coming to Splatoon 2. The Custom Range Blaster is identical to the regular Range Blaster in terms of stats, but comes with the Curling Bomb sub-weapon and the Bubble Blower special instead. It’ll be available tomorrow around noon in Japan and Australia, early in the morning in Europe and later tonight in North America.


Today, Nintendo announced the second soundtrack album for Splatoon 2, titled “Octotune”. Appropriately, it will contain music from the game’s upcoming Octo Expansion pack. The soundtrack will come with two CDs: the first one contains tracks from Octo Expansion as well as music that has been added to the game since release via software updates. The second CD contains a recording of the live concert performance that was held at Game Party Japan 2018.

There will also be a special first-print edition of the soundtrack that also contains a video recording of that performance on Blu-Ray. The standard edition will cost 3,200 Yen while the first-print edition will cost 4,800 Yen. Both will be relased on July 18th in Japan.

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As you can see, art for the tenth Japanese Splatfest has been created. This time, at least for Japan, the Splatfest asks a simple-yet-tough question: What interests you more? Undiscovered animals or futuristic technology?

It’s a tough one indeed. I’ll probably just agree with Marina as always. Comment wars… begin!


Recently, Nintendo announced that it had partnered with Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology for a collaboration in Splatoon 2. More English details were shared today.

First, this month’s Salmon Run gear which resembles a helmet like the one JAMSTEC staff and scientists wear every day. Octo Expansion will also see the appearance of the SHINKAI 6500.

Here’s the full rundown of the collaboration from Nintendo:

The standard edition of Splatoon 2 is selling for $50 on Amazon. The game will be back in stock April 20. You can order a copy here.

Nintendo and Battlefy have opened registrations for the Splatoon 2 US/Canada Inkling Open 2018. You can sign up for the event here.

Open qualifiers for teams of four will happen on April 21 starting at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET, followed by the finals on April 28 at 8 AM PT / 11 AM ET. Teams will be competing in Turf War during the open qualifiers and in Ranked Battle modes during the finals.

Players will be competing for a chance to win a spot at the Splatoon 2 World Championship at E3 in June.

Yet another weapon, the Tri-Slosher Nouveau, is now available in Splatoon 2. See it in action through the gameplay video below.

Off the Hook will have its third live performance later this month at Niconico Chokaigi 2018, Nintendo announced today. The concert will follow the events at Game Party Japan and the Splatoon European Championship.

The performance should be similar to the previous two outings. In addition though, Nintendo says that fans can look forward to a new song.

Off the Hook will be performing at Niconico Chokaigi 2018 on April 28.


The end of the week means it’s new weapon time in Splatoon 2. The Tri Slosher Nouveau is identical to the regular Tri Slosher in terms of stats, but comes with the Splat Bomb sub-weapon and the Ink Storm special instead. It’ll be available tomorrow around noon in Japan and Australia, early in the morning in Europe and later tonight in North America.


Nintendo has revealed a new element of Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion on its Japanese Twitter account.

In the upcoming DLC, players will be able to obtain Neli Memories. These are tiny figures shaped after various things from Splatoon such as an Inkling, Judd and Li’l Judd, and more. Players can earn Neli Memories by clearing challenges in the Octo Expansion.

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