Final Splatoon 2 Stage Unveiled by Nintendo

Final New Splatoon 2 Stage

Splatoon 2 has been available for over a year now, and Nintendo has consistently provided the game with many updates throughout its lifetime. Some of these updates have been major additions to the game, such as the Octo Expansion, but most of the additions have been smaller inclusions consisting of new weapons or maps. However, it seems that the rollout of these updates may be winding down, according to the newly revealed update. Nintendo has confirmed that the next batch of content will feature the final new Splatoon 2 stage.

Nintendo recently unveiled the new map through their official Nintendo Europe Twitter account. The new stage is called Skipper Pavilion, and it appears to be a seaside temple heavily influenced by both traditional and modern Japanese architecture. While the map does not seem to introduce any major new features or differences from other maps, it does seem to be significant in that it will be the last of the new maps Nintendo is providing for Splatoon 2.

Many have pointed out that the specific wording only specifies completely new stages from being added in the future. One could argue that this leaves the opportunity open for Nintendo to hypothetically bring stages from the original Splatoon on Wii U to the sequel on Nintendo Switch. Even if these old stages still return, this certainly does seem like what may be the end of a big chapter in the span of Splatoon 2. Thankfully, with plenty of multiplayer and single player content in the game still available, it will hopefully still have plenty of lifeblood, or lifeink in this case, left in it.

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A royally radical and totally tubular 90s kid, Cory has a passion for all things nerdy, particularly gaming and nostalgia. While an accountant by day, he strives to be as creative and humorous as possible in his free time, be it here writing on Don't Feed the Gamers, or making dumb satirical posts on his Twitter, Youtube, Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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