It appears Nintendo is in the process of slowly winding down updates for Splatoon 2, starting with the 4.1 update that will add the game’s last stage. The company sent out a few different tweets across a few of their Twitter accounts, showing off the last new stage coming in October, as well as a new awesome looking weapon called the Booyah Bomb.
A new Special Weapon called the Booyah Bomb is coming to #Splatoon2. Once activated, charge it up faster by signaling “Booyah!” Teammates can also get a small bonus to their special meter with “Booyah!” rally cries of their own! Unleash it once it’s charged for a big inksplosion! pic.twitter.com/3aQRJYcwzk
— Nintendo Versus (@NintendoVS) September 27, 2018
This is Skipper Pavilion. It’ll be the last new stage to be added to #Splatoon2 when it arrives in October.
Some Inklings believe that visiting this mystical place can help win Turf Wars… pic.twitter.com/iYwCFNBL9t
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) September 26, 2018
It shouldn’t surprise anyone that Nintendo is going to slowly ease off on the updates and move onto other projects. We’re sure there will be more stuff on the way throughout 2018, but those of you looking for drastic additions to Splatoon 2 may be seeing the last few implemented next month.
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