'Splatoon 2' to Add More New Clothing Brands Including a Casual Wear & Sportswear Called Empery Alongside New Weapons & More!
"Splatoon 2" already has additions of new weapons, pants and hairstyles and as Nintendo Switch's launch, the upcoming third-person shooter video game will also feature a few new clothing brands. This includes Empery, which is reportedly to focus on casual and sportswear with a combination from different cultures such music, art and others as part of a new generation street fashion brand.
New Additions And Six Special 1-Hour Playtimes On 'Splatoon 2' Global Testfire Session
"Splatoon 2" is expected to release in summer 2017 and according to a report, there will be a Global Testfire demo runs from March 24 - 26. Moreover, the game's returning weapon, Roller will have two speeds including a standard walking and slightly brisker run activated through holding the ZR button down on the Nintendo Switch's right Joy-Con.
The difference in speed though, is noted to be minor but it can make a difference on a Turf War since players will have an option allowing them to cover a little more ground and this is the Roller weapon's second adjustment in "Splatoon 2." Right after the game was announced, it was discovered that swinging a Roller while on the ground will produce a horizontal line of paint and swinging it in the middle of jumping will also send out a vertical line.
Furthermore, after it was announced that "Splatoon 2" will have Barnacles Sports Club as one of the new stages for the game, another one was also revealed called Diadema Amphitheater, which is a facility where different artists head to perform like the Squid Squad band. The Diadema Amphitheater is being considered as a holy shrine for rock music although some players were concerned about the ink damaging machinery but it appears to have already been fixed.
"Splatoon 2" is developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. According to PC Magazine, the third-person shooter will be launch alongside "NBA 2K18," "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe," "Sonic Mania" and more.