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Japan wasn’t the only region that had a new Splatfest in Splatoon 2 this weekend. Over in Europe, a separate event was held with its own topic.

Nintendo asked players how they prefer to spend their holidays. You could choose either Team Adventure or Team Relax.

Splatoon 2 Spy Gear footage

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As we’ve previously mentioned, new Spy Gear for Splatoon 2 is being offered through the Japanese magazine CoroCoro with a download code. We now have some footage in the video below.

Another Splatfest for Splatoon 2 is in the books. The latest event was held in Japan this past weekend, pitting Team Kinoko no yama and Team Takenoko no sato up against each other. This was indeed a Meiji-sponsored food Splatfest.

Following a day of battles, Nintendo has posted the results. Here’s a look at how things turned out:

OatmealDome, who has a solid understand of behind-the-scenes activity in Splatoon 2 including unreleased modes and content, has revealed that an anti-cheat system is now in place. Actually, it’s been active since version 3.1.0.

Nintendo has the ability to flag players regardless if mods are used online. Even by starting up the game with edits, they’ll be flagged. Nintendo seems to put in bans one day after a player has been flagged.

OutmealDome as well as Khangaroo from Splatoon Modding Hub were the first to make note of Nintendo’s anti-cheat system.

Thanks to Alice N for the tip.


To celebrate the new European Splatfest in Splatoon 2, Nintendo has shared a new piece of art for the event. We have the image above.

The European Splatfest asks players if they’d rather be adventuring or kicking back when on holiday.


As part of Splatoon 2’s August content update, Ancho-V Games was added as the latest stage. Fans will remember that the level first appeared in the original Splatoon. See how the stage compares between both games below.

Nintendo Australia has posted a new interview with Splatoon 2 producer Hisashi Nogami. Among the topics discussed, Nogami spoke about what makes the game fun and the importance of community.

Data mining seems to show that the next Splatfest in North America will pit fork lovers against spoon supporters. Check out the leaked schedule below.

The next Japanese Splatfest in Splatoon 2 is another sponsored food-themed one – Meiji Mushroom Mountain vs Meiji Bamboo Shoot Field. Today, the special artwork for this Splatfest featuring the Squid Sisters and Off the Hook was released; you can see it above.


A few screenshots have come in showing off the new Spy Gear for Splatoon 2 in-game. Get a look at the images in the gallery below.

Currently, this gear can only be obtained through CoroCoro. The Japanese magazine is offering a serial code to redeem the content in its latest issue.

Thanks to Jake for the tip.

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