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Splatoon 3 Tomorrow's Nostalgia Today Squid Sisters

Nintendo has announced that a new Splatoon 3 song from the Squid Sisters, titled ‘Tomorrow’s Nostalgia Today’, is set to debut soon. This can be heard during the second half of the upcoming Splatfest.

Additionally, a previous Splatfest tune has been remixed as City of Color (2023). The Squid Sisters will be performing it in Inkopolis during Splatfests as well.

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Splatoon 3 update 3.0.1

Nintendo has issued a new update for Splatoon 3, bringing the game to version 3.0.1.

This time around, a single fix is included. Going forward players should no longer experience an issue involving friend notifications.

The official patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 3.0.1 update are as follows:

Splatoon 3 update 3.0.0

Nintendo has announced a massive 3.0.0 update for Splatoon 3 which is going live imminently. This should be available on February 27 in North America and February 28 in Europe.

A big update was expected around the start of the Expansion Pass and new season, and that’s a big component of the update. There’s a ton of new content, features, changes, and bug fixes planned. Some of the highlights include the Fresh Season 2023 items, Pool feature, Horrorboros in Salmon Run, jukebox in the lobby, and Splatfest adjustments.

Below are the full patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 3.0.0 update:

Original (2/16): Splatoon 3 will soon be kicking off Fresh Season 2023, and Nintendo has now provided first details – including the Kraken Royale. New gear, new stages, new content for Salmon Run, and a lobby jukebox are in the pipeline.

One of the big highlights is the Kraken Royale, which is a new special weapon. With it, you can transform into a gigantic squid or octopus. Here’s a quick look:

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Nintendo has shared first details for the next major Big Run event in Splatoon 3, which will be happening at the start of March.

While active, players will be tasked with defending Inkblot Art Academy from Salmonid invasion. Also teased is a new King Salmonid which is known as Horrorboros.

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Splatoon 3 art book soundtrack

Original (2/14): The news for Splatoon 3 continues, as it’s just been announced that an art book and soundtrack will be released in Japan.

The art book will cover the culture and stages players encounter in the Splatlands plus a look at other elements like weapons and gear, the single-player Hero Mode, Salmon Run, Tableturf Battle, and more. While the art book has only been announced for Japan currently, it’s very possible that a western release will happen later on – we’ll keep an eye out for news on that front.


Splatoon 3 Expansion Pass Wave 1 release date

Nintendo has announced a final release date for the Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass Wave 1. This is planned to launch on February 28, 2023, the company announced today. It’s a bit surprising since the release window was last planned for this spring.

The Expansion Pass was just revealed during a Nintendo Direct last week. Two parts are planned in total.

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Splatoon 3 Splatfest results chocolate

The fourth Splatfest for Splatoon 3 is now in the books and we have the final results for the Dark Chocolate vs. Milk Chocolate vs. White Chocolate event.

If you were paying attention to things at halftime, you may have seen that Team White Chocolate was in the lead with 36.20 percent. Team Dark Chocolate followed in second with 32.38 percent, with Team Milk Chocolate right behind that with 31.42 percent.

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Splatoon 3 update 2.1.1

Nintendo has announced that a new version 2.1.1 update is set to go live for Splatoon 3 today.

Following the Expansion Pass announcement, support is being added with an initial bonus. A number of fixes are also included.

The full patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 2.1.1 update are as follows:

Splatoon 3 Expansion Pass

Nintendo has promised substantial updates for Splatoon 3 going forward, so it comes as no surprise that the game was shown off during today’s Nintendo Direct and we now know that an Expansion Pass is on the way.

There’ll be two waves of content. The first wave, planned for this spring, is Inkopolis from the first Splatoon, and the Squid Sisters will even perform during Splatfests.

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