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As of late, Nintendo has been sharing more information about Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion. We thought it might be useful to collect some of the details that have been posted, including English names and general tidbits.

Here’s what Nintendo has posted in English thus far:

Splatoon 2’s rollout of weapons continued tonight with the Clash Blaster Neo.

It’s the end of the week, which means another weapon addition to Splatoon 2. This time, it’s the Clash Blaster Neo, which is identical to the regular Clash Blaster in terms of stats, but comes with the Curling Bomb sub-weapon and the Tenta Missiles 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.


This weekend, a new Splatfest for Splatoon 2 will be held in North America. The topic has baseball and soccer fans competing against each other. Nintendo has some new art for the Splatfest, which we’ve attached above.


Today, Nintendo has provided new images of the characters you’ll encounter in Splatoon 2’s upcoming Octo Expansion. We have a look at some of the Deep Sea Inhabitants found in the subway. Check out the art below.


Back at GDC, Kosuke Yabuki and Hisashi Nogami delivered presentations on their Switch games. The two were the producers of ARMS and Splatoon 2 respectively.

The official GDC organizers now have both presentations online. You can watch the ARMS event below and the Splatoon 2 one here.

Thanks to David for the tip.

The official Japanese Splatoon Twitter account has reached an important milestone: 1 million followers on Twitter. To celebrate, they sent out the special piece of artwork you see above.

It’s not exactly breaking news that Splatoon is popular in Japan, but this is another example of it. Especially if you consider that the official Japanese Nintendo Twitter account “only” has 968,000 followers.


Two of Nintendo’s developers attended GDC 2018 to deliver presentations about their Switch games. Hisashi Nogami and Kosuke Yabuki, the producers of Splatoon 2 and ARMS respectively, were both on hand.

At GDC, Nintendo caught up with Nogami and Yabuki to talk about GDC, their presentations, and more. You can read the full interview below.

A few days ago, the Piranha Pit map was added to Splatoon 2. See how the stage compares to how it originally was in Splatoon below.

April Fools’ Day can be a tricky thing. Sometimes you aren’t quite sure what is and what isn’t true, but a new announcement made by Nintendo today is apparently being considered the real deal. We’ll let you know if we hear otherwise.

For Splatoon 2, a collaboration with the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) has been announced. As one part of this, a new Splatfest will be held on April 21. Players will be asked: “Which makes you feel the most wonder? Unknown/undiscovered creatures vs. advanced technology”.

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