Japanese video game site Inside Games recently conducted a poll to find out the top 5 weapons Splatoon 2 players living in Japan love to use the most.
The latest issue of CoroCoro is out in Japan, revealing the first artwork for the next Splatoon 2 Splatfest in Japan.
Famitsu has revealed that the Splatoon 2 Koshien 2019 Official Fanbook will come with something extra in Japan.
You can now form your own teams and join regular tournaments on Splatoon 2 via a new online community.
To commemorate the end of 2018, Youtube channel Octoboy has prepared a special video for Splatoon fans.
For a limited time, Japanese fans of Splatoon 2 will have new merch to go ‘woomy’ over on the My Nintendo Store.
Players can now hop back onto their Switch and update their Splatoon 2 game to version 4.3.1 as the update is now live.