The Nintendo Switch Phone App Goes Live With Splatoon 2

The Splatoon 2 Direct has wrapped, showing off new weapons and returning characters plus a first look at the Nintendo Switch Online app.

Upon its launch in a couple of weeks, the Nintendo Switch Online app will only be compatible with Splatoon 2. Splatoon 2 expands on that with a new single-player campaign, tried-and-true competitive modes, local multiplayer, and a new horde mode called Salmon Run, which tasks you and your teammates with battling waves of grotesque salmon. You'll also be able to access SplatNet2 to view online play statistics and details about game features coming down the pipeline.

As we've long known, Nintendo is foregoing voice chat on Switch.

Like its predecessor, Splatoon 2 will receive a good amount of post-launch support in the form of new weapons, gear and stages. This is thus an ideal opportunity for gamers to avail this game with its many features.

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Using the app, you'll be able to send invites via social media networks and messaging services which actually sounds interesting. 3, Dr. Mario, and Balloon Fight. No definite date, however, has been set for the launch of the service. Players will vote for which preference - or which character - they like more and then divide into teams with others who chose the same.

To take part, all players need to do is download the free demo for Splatoon 2 from the Switch eShop, and decide whether cake or ice cream is the best kind of dessert.

That the people deploying the lack of vocal chat and therefore of teamplay in Splatoon 1 are reassured, Splatoon 2 will have a voice chat through the mobile application of the Switch. While Nintendo's services can't directly be compared to those of Microsoft and Sony's, these two giants charge $59.99 for the annual online subscription.

  • Delia Davidson