Splatoon™ 2
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Splatoon 2 (NSP, XCI) ROM + v5.5.1 Update + All DLCs

Splatoon 2 SWITCH ROM - Get ready for the return of ink-splatting action, now fresher than ever! The beloved squid kids known as Inklings are back, ready to claim more turf and splat ink in this vibrant and exhilarating 4-on-4 action shooter.

App Name Splatoon™ 2
Genres Action, Multiplayer
Realese Year 2017
Image Format NSP, XCI
Region USA
Latest Version 5.5.1
Language English, French, Spanish
Required Firmware 15.0.0
File Size 3GB

Splatoon 2 is a 2017 third-person shooter game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It was released on July 21, 2017, as a direct sequel to Splatoon, including a new story-driven single-player mode and various online multiplayer modes. An expansion pack for the single-player mode titled Octo Expansion was subsequently released as downloadable content (DLC) on June 13, 2018.

With the Nintendo Switch system, you can now enjoy Turf War battles on the go, utilizing the console’s versatile portable play styles for intense local multiplayer* showdowns. And that’s not all – team up with friends for exciting new 4-player co-op adventures in Salmon Run!

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Prepare for a fresh wave of fashion, along with an array of new weapons and gear to choose from. Embrace the exhilaration of dual-wielding the new Splat Dualies or stick to the tried-and-true favorites like chargers and rollers, now enhanced with fresh strategic possibilities.

Turf War remains the favored sport of the Inklings, but they also relish ranked battles, engaging in a robust single-player campaign to take down the Octarians, and diving into perilous part-time work to battle enemy Salmonids. Whether you prefer splatting at home or on-the-go with the Nintendo Switch, one thing is certain – staying fresh has never felt so good.

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Like its predecessor, Splatoon 2 is a third-person shooter in which players control characters, known as Inklings and Octolings (Octolings being a new addition to Splatoon 2), and use colored ink as ammunition. Ink is also used to cover the ground, or any paintable surface, to swim or refill their ink tanks. Inklings and Octolings can morph between humanoid, or kid form, where they switch from walking and shooting, into squid form where they can quickly swim through ink of their color, and replenish their ink supply, as well as return to full health.

The sequel adds new main, sub, and special weapons, including dual-wield pistols called Dualies that allow the player to perform dodge rolls, shotgun-like weapons called Brellas that enable defensive maneuvers with folding shields, and jetpacks known as Inkjets. Like the previous game, it features the standard Turf War mode for Regular Battles, in which two four-player teams have three minutes to cover the most turf with their color of ink. Splatoon 2 also maintains the first game’s rotation of Splat Zones, Tower Control, and Rainmaker for Ranked Battles, which is unlocked when players reach level ten, while also adding a new Clam Blitz mode.

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League Battles allow players to form teams with friends playing the same modes as in Ranked Battles, however, they removed tri-squad as a possible team option, making it so players can only create teams of two or four, and for ranked battles, the time limit is five minutes instead of three. A new mode, Salmon Run, allows up to four players to team up cooperatively to tackle waves of enemies called Salmonids and collect Boss Salmonids’ eggs. Once per month until July 2019, a “Splatfest” event was held in which players could choose one of two teams.

Usually based on common debates such as heroes versus villains and pancakes versus waffles. In addition, there were two collaborations during these Splatfests: Nickelodeon’s Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Splatfest themes were usually announced two weeks in advance, and players were given the ability to choose their team in the game’s lobby. Themes were usually region-specific and happen at different times of the month. The only mode available in a Splatfest was Turf War, but players could choose between normal and pro modes.

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Winning battles awarded ‘clout’ to the winning team, and at the end of the Splatfest, the winning side was decided by evaluating popularity and clout earned in both battle modes.  All players who participate earn rare rewards, but players on the winning team receive a slightly higher cut. In July 2019, Nintendo announced that the final regular Splatfest would be held that month. However, bonus rematches of previous Splatfests were held in May 2020, August 2020, and October 2020. A Splatfest celebrating the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. was held in January 2021.

The game features a single-player campaign called Hero Mode, in which the player rescues captured Zapfish across various levels while fighting off evil Octarians. Unlike the previous game’s single-player campaign which had a pre-determined weapon set, the player can now earn various weapons, some of which are required when playing levels for the first time. In addition to Sunken Scrolls that unlock artwork and in-game lore, players can collect Power Orbs to upgrade their Hero Mode weapons, and tickets that can be exchanged for temporary reward boosts in multiplayer battles, such as increased experience to level up quicker or more in-game money.

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Using a single weapon to beat all of the Hero Mode levels grants the player a Hero Weapon Replica (identical to the campaign weapon) to use in multiplayer matches. Players can also play multiplayer online through an internet connection or play locally, although local play requires multiple consoles and copies of the game. The game also features LAN support with an adapter accessory for local private tournaments. The game supports amiibo figures, which allow players to store their character’s custom look and unlock additional content. Free post-release updates and events are ongoing.

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Splatoon 2 takes place approximately two years after the final Splatfest of Splatoon, in which the pop idol Marie defeated her cousin and fellow Squid Sister, Callie. After having drifted apart in the months following the event, Marie worries that Callie was negatively affected by the result. After leaving Inkopolis to see her parents, Marie returns home to discover that the Great Zapfish that powers the city has gone missing again, as has Callie.  Fearing that the evil Octarians are once more involved, Marie takes up her role as Agent 2 of the New Squidbeak Splatoon and recruits an Inkling from Inkopolis Square, the player character, to become Agent 4 and investigate.

With assistance from Marie and weapons expert Sheldon, Agent 4 makes their way through Octo Canyon fighting the Octarians and recovering several stolen Zapfish, including ones powering the Octarians’ machines. They discover that Callie herself has sided with the Octarians after being brainwashed by their leader, DJ Octavio, who has escaped his imprisonment after his defeat in the first game story and once more is using the Great Zapfish to power his brand new DJ stage, the Octobot King II. Marie arrives with Sheldon and frees Callie from her mind control, allowing them to help Agent 4 defeat Octavio. With the Great Zapfish safely returned to Inkopolis and DJ Octavio defeated, the Squid Sisters happily reunite and resume their career in Music.

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