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A new Splatfest centered around chocolate has just been announced for Splatoon 3. The event will be held from February 11 to February 13.

The Splatfest theme will make players pick which is their preferred chocolate flavour, with players able to choose between White, Milk, and Dark.

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Splatoon 3 update 2.1.0

Nintendo has announced that a new version 2.1.0 update for Splatoon 3 is arriving this week. It will be available tomorrow, January 17, in North America. This will be late in the day, so it’ll be January 18 in Europe and Japan.

Nintendo is focusing on battle adjustments here, including main weapons, special weapons, and more. Plenty of bug fixes are also included.

Also announced is that the next update for the game will focus on new features and weapon balance. The update, which is planned for the end of the current season, will be released for the start of the new season in March. 

The full patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 2.1.0 update are as follows:

Splatoon 3 Splatfest 3 results Spicy Sweet Sour

The third official Splatfest for Splatoon 3 took place this weekend with Team Spicy, Sweet, and Sour going up against each other, and Nintendo has now come through with the results.

We did get a little bit of an update when the half-time data was shared yesterday. It was pretty close, but Team Sweet had the lead with 35.47 percent. Team Spicy followed in second with 32.87 percent. Finally, Team Sour placed third with 31.66 percent.

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Original (11/30): Nintendo Switch Online previously offered users icons for Splatoon 3, but the game is now a featured title once again. There’ll be five sets that rotate weekly on every Wednesday until January 9, 2023.

As usual, there are characters, backgrounds, and frames to choose from. Each one costs 5 or 10 Platinum Points as earned through My Nintendo. Once you’ve claimed an icon, it’s yours to claim forever – even if your subscription to Nintendo Switch Online expires.

A new Splatfest centered around various taste sensations has just been announced for Splatoon 3. The event will be held from January 6, 4 PM PT to January 8, 4 PM PT.

The Splatfest theme will make players pick which is their preferred taste sensation, with players able to choose between Spicy, Sweet, or Sour.

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Splatoon 3 update 2.0.1

The latest update for Splatoon 3 has gone out, with players now having access to version 2.0.1.

Today’s update is all about fixes. This includes addressing one issue in which the Roller and Brush weapon types weren’t working as expected in certain situations.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Splatoon 3 Big Run

Big Run is being introduced for Splatoon 3 as part of Chill Season 2022, and Nintendo has now set a date for the event. We have confirmation that it will kick off on December 9 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET / 12 AM in the UK (December 10) / 1 AM in Europe (December 10). It’ll end on December 11 at the same time.

Big Run will be happening in Salmon Run. It’s a co-op event happening in the Wahoo World stage, and players will need to stop the Salmonids and collect Golden Eggs. Participate to receive a special decoration, though the strongest performers will receive an extra-special decoration.

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Splatoon 3 update 2.0.0

Nintendo has announced a massive version 2.0.0 update for Splatoon 3, which is going live on Splatoon 3. This ties in with the upcoming Chill Season 2022.

Chill Season is bringing along lots of content, which has been previously discussed and further mentioned in the patch notes. Outside of that, there are tons of adjustments coming to weapons, ranked (ability to reset your rank), Salmon Run, Splatfests, and more. A truckload of fixes are planned as well.

One thing to keep in mind is that after installing version 2.0.0, you won’t be able to claim any Super Sea Snails from the Pokemon Splatfest. Make sure to claim them before downloading the data.

Below are the full patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 2.0.0 update:

Splatoon 3 best weapons

The arsenal of weapons available in Splatoon 3 is varied and complex, which can make it difficult to pick one weapon to focus on, but we’ve put together a guide detailing twenty of the very best to make that choice easier. We also have brief descriptions of each weapon to explain what makes them so great.

Of note, this guide will mostly cover weapons from the perspective of Anarchy Battles, the game’s ranked mode and the one used in competitive play. Furthermore, it should be noted that every weapon in Splatoon 3 is viable to some degree, assuming you aren’t playing in a highly competitive setting. The weapons detailed in this guide are simply the ones that will have the easiest time achieving good results if used well.

Pokemon Scarlet Violet sales Japan

Based on the latest sales data, Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet have collectively seen the biggest game launch ever in Japan.

Nintendo and The Pokemon Company reported earlier today that the Switch titles collectively sold 10 million units worldwide in its first three days. In Japan alone, we now know that the region accounts for 4.05 million copies.


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