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Announced the Splatoon 2 Final Splatfest and Version 5.0 updates



When the final match of the Splatoon 2 World Championship ended in 2019, Mr. Nogami (producer of Splatoon 2) performed for the award ceremony. However, before medals were awarded, Mr. Nogami wanted to discuss the future of Splatoon 2.

When the Splatfest was announced in June, Nintendo described it as the penultimate Splatfest. It was a reminder of Splatoon's 2 plans of two years splatfests and updates. We are rapidly approaching this two-year mark, but it does not end quietly.

Mr. Nogami has announced the last Splatfest and it's a philosophical jerk.

Which world would you choose, chaos or order?

A heavy subject, the result of this Splatfest will most likely impact the action of Splatoon 3 Team Callie of Splatoon vs. Team Marie made Agent 4 the winner, but this is not a competition for your favorite Squid sister. This is a decision that could plunge Inkopolis into a riot like Mad Max, or a clean but sinister 1984 lifestyle.

This last Splatfest begins on July 18th and ends 72 hours later on July 21st. New clothing that suits the themes as well as a new Shifty Station card will be added. However, it will not end for Splatocalypse as all Shifty Station cards will be in rotation during this Splatfest.

Later, in July, after Splatoon 2's last worldwide grass war, the update of the Version 5.0 is released. What is added? Something I have wished for has made it into the first Splatoon Splatfests.

In a private battle, a new mode called Turf War (Splatfest) will be available. You can hold your own private Splatfests with friends and have access to all 24 Shifty Station cards and the 23 night versions of the standard levels of the game. Think about different topics or recreate Splatfests of the past to have a rematch.

This does not mean the end of Splatoon 2. It has been confirmed that the online service for Splatoon 2 will continue. When the servers are shut down, who knows. Online matchmaking for the first game on Wii U is not as active as in the sequel. Regardless of whether we have condemned Inkopolis to a world of order or chaos, the ink will still flow.



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