Splatoon 2 may have been out for quite a few months now but apparently, not every nook and cranny has been searched for easter eggs yet. Until Splatoon 2 developer, Jordan Amaro, send the world into a search frenzy that is.
In a tweet back in early October. Amaro sent the below tweet.
— Jordan Amaro (@jordan_amano) October 9, 2017
The tweet sent fans on a journey, looking high and low around the various Splatoon 2 maps until earlier today when twitter user @TAHKO found the train ticket that Amaro lost.
Did you lose your train ticket? Lol
Or is it a more complicated Easter egg? pic.twitter.com/xv6FvXJlEh
— garrett ?? (@TAHK0) October 23, 2017
The train ticket was based on an ICOCA card used for public transportation in Japan, which Amaro happened to lose one day.
— Jordan Amaro (@jordan_amano) October 23, 2017
Well, if it’s any consolation, at least fans have finally found his public transportation card for him. Now to find a way to return to its owner…