Nintendo reveals Skipper Pavilion, new phase of Splatoon 2

Launched in 2017, little by little Splatoon 2 is coming to the end of the period of free updates scheduled by Nintendo – which extended this interval until the end of 2018. Last Wednesday (26), the developer revealed a new phase that it intends to bring to the game, which will be known as Skipper Pavilion.

This is Skipper Pavilion. It’ll be the last new stage to be added to # Splatoon2 when it arrives in October.

Some Inklings believe that visiting this mystical place can help win Turf Wars…

– Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) September 26, 2018

Offering a maze-like setting, the stage has a mystical theme that many inklings believe will be able to win them the Turf Wars. Nintendo did not reveal the official launch date for the new map, but assured that it should arrive sometime in October.

Booyah Bomb

So far it is not certain whether or not this will be the last additional scenario for Splatoon 2 or if more options will arrive by the end of December. In addition to unpublished maps, the game also received several scenarios from the previous title in free updates, but has not yet brought all the options of the past.

A new Special Weapon called the Booyah Bomb is coming to # Splatoon2. Once activated, charge it up faster by signaling “Booyah!” Teammates can also get a small bonus to their special meter with “Booyah!” rally cries of their own! Unleash it once it’s charged for a big inksplosion!

– Nintendo Versus (@NintendoVS) September 27, 2018

In addition to the unpublished map, Nintendo will also bring a new special power to the game known as “Booyah Bomb”. Using the in-game emotes, you can speed up the charging of power and cause a big ink explosion that increases your area of ​​influence and can take some enemies away in the process.