Splatoon, the third person shooter game developed by Nintendo now available in all regions exclusively on Wii U, has been receiving plenty of new content each month, including new weapons, new stages, new multiplayer modes and more. The game lacked features and content at launch, but there’s no denying that the team has been working hard to solve this issue.
Earlier today the Splatoon Official Japanese Twitter profile has confirmed that a brand new stage is going to be released tomorrow for the Japanese version of the game at 11:00 AM Japan Time. The stage has yet to be confirmed for North America and Europe, but there’s a good chance it will be released at the same time in the West just like previous Splatoon content. Some screenshots of the stage have also been shared on Twitter and you can check them out by going here.
Earlier this month a new Splatoon update has been made available in all regions. The update included plenty of tweaks and fixes as well as some brand new features such as an increased level cap and more. Among the more notable additions of the update are also private lobbies, new items, tag team matches, rank S and S+ in Ranked Battle and more.
Splatoon has been originally revealed around a year ago during E3 2014. The game is a team-based third person shooter where players control Inklings, unique characters who have the ability to change between human and squid forms. In human form Inklings can shoot colored ink all around the environment while they can swim through ink of their own color while in squid form. The team that manages to color most of the stage with their own color wins. Alongside the multiplayer mode, Splatoon also features a single player campaign which is more focused on platforming and puzzle solving.
Splatoon is now available in all regions exclusively on Wii U. We will keep you updated on the game’s future extra content as soon as possible so stay tuned for all the latest news on Nintendo’s successful third person shooter.