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Splatoon 2

  • Nintendo Switch
Release date
  • 21 July, 2017
Supported Play Styles

TV mode

Tabletop mode

Handheld mode

Number of players
  • Up to 8 players
Age rating
  • Action
Amiibo functionality
  • Nintendo
  • Nintendo
  • English
  • © 2017 Nintendo.
Traditional 4-on-4 turf battles return in Splatoon 2 for Nintendo Switch, along with new stages, new fashions and new weapons!

Claim territory by covering it in ink in heated four-on-four battles. The team that claims the most turf wins! You’ll need to use teamwork and switch tactically into squid form and back again to gain the edge. Get out there and claim your turf!

Welcome to Inkopolis Square!

Two years have passed since the original Splatoon and fashion has naturally shifted too. The place to be is now two subway stations away from Inkopolis — Inkopolis Square.

League Battle

Team up and take aim! Fight alongside your friends, either as a pair or a four-player squad, and battle your way to the top!

League Battles play out as Ranked Battles over a two-hour period, or until the maps change. Your score is based on your wins and losses during that period. If you play well, you can receive a shiny in-game medal!

Team up for Salmon Run!

Take on the horde! There’s a curious new employment agency called Grizzco in Inkopolis Square where you can find a part-time job. It’s dangerous work, though! Work as a team to take out incoming Salmonid and collect the Power Eggs they leave behind. You can then sell these Power Eggs and use the proceeds to pay for enhanced weapons and gear.

Go solo in Hero Mode

Breaking news! The Great Zapfish who was providing energy to Inkopolis Square has vanished mysteriously. Meanwhile, Callie from the smash hit pop idols, the Squid Sisters, is nowhere to be found…

This can only be the work of the dastardly Octarians! Can you protect the Inkling world from their evil schemes?

Foil the Octarian’s plans, track down Callie and find out just what is really going on here…

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