An all new Splatoon 2 advertisement has been aired featuring the cast of We Bare Bears, so check it out above. Nintendo has decided to team up with the popular cartoon and help promote its newly released Switch titles. I think it’s brilliant marketing and I am so happy that the big N is promoting the Switch this way.
According to new sales information, Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch has already sold over 1 million units in Japan alone. This is a monumental number for a game that’s only been out for a couple of weeks AND only tallied sales for Japan. The title currently sits at 1,013,842 units sold after this week’s data. Add in sales from US and Europe and the title could be pushing 2 million sold easily.
The next splatfest has been announced for the ultra-popular Splatoon 2 game for Nintendo Switch. The next event will pit flight against invisibility… Which superpower will you choose? The Splatfest will begin on the first weekend of September and should be a good time. Personally, I think I would choose invisibility but it’s definitely a hard choice.
In case you missed it, I posted another Nintendo Switch related video on my YouTube channel, so check it out above! In this video, I discuss the major restock that is coming for the system and how Splatoon 2 will play a major role in that.
The good people from Nintendo Minute have put together an all new Splatoon 2 gameplay video for us to check out, so watch it above. What is shown in this video is a co-op multiplayer mode where you have to work together to defeat Salmonids to collect Golden Eggs. Splatoon 2 will release next week exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
In case you missed it, Splatoon 2 will be getting its own Nintendo Direct tomorrow, July 5th. The length for the big show has been revealed and the Nintendo Direct will be around 25 minutes long. Splatoon 2 will be Nintendo Switch’s next big title and, like we have mentioned before, Nintendo will be going all out for this one. Splatoon 2 will be getting its own Switch bundle and even a colorful pro controller.
Expect a ton of Splatoon 2 news tomorrow. Keep it here.
The good people from Nintendo Minute have uploaded an all new video showcasing the upcoming Nintendo Switch game Splatoon 2 and may contain some info that you didn’t know about. The next big Nintendo Switch title is set to release on July 21st and will have a ton of publicity following the game release. Nintendo will be releasing the game, a new pro controller that’s Splatoon 2 themed and the first Nintendo Switch bundle that will have the game packaged. The game has garnered a huge following and I am very eager to see how this one does in terms of retail sales. I am really thinking that Splatoon 2 is going to turn into a mega hit and will shift even more systems for Nintendo.
Check out the video and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section. Enjoy.
Nintendo has just announced that it will be bringing a Splatoon 2 themed Switch pro controller when the game releases this July. The Splatoon 2 themed Switch pro controller sports ink slashes and colorful handles.
Looks like Nintendo is going all out with this release. Color us excited.
Nintendo is looking to ride the wave of momentum that the Switch has garnered and has announced their first bundle for the popular system. On July 21st, Nintendo will release a Splatoon 2 Switch bundle for gamers to gobble up. During todays Nintendo Direct, a single player trailer was also shown for the game and we fully expect to hear a lot more in the coming weeks. Things look BEYOND positive for the Switch and moves like this will make it fly off retail store shelves.
Will you be picking up the Splatoon 2 Switch bundle on July 21?
Nintendo has announced that it’s upcoming Nintendo Switch title, Splatoon 2, will have an exhibition tournament held at this year’s E3 extravaganza. The company says that fans should stay tuned to the company’s various social media accounts for more details and you can bet your bottom dollar when we hear anything, we will report it. This years E3 2017 takes place June 13-15.
More on Splatoon 2 and E3 2017 as it develops. We can’t wait!