Nintendo Co. Ltd. this week held the Splatfest World Premiere for Splatoon 2 for the Nintendo Switch.
The Splatfest World Premiere allowed users to preview the multiplayer component from the title.
Solo and Team matches were solid and held a strong connection against a 60 frames-per-second graphics engine with only several disconnect issues. Matchmaking length ranged between 15 seconds to 1 minute to find a total of eight players.
Controls were tight with the option to remove motion controls and enable right analog camera movement. Camera sensitivity adjustment allowed for further customization.
Splatoon 2 will include a single-player adventure, sensitivity controls, new Salmon Run local and online multiplayer mode, Ranked Battles, League Battles, and Post-Launch updates.
The Nintendo Switch Online app will include access to SplatNet 2, a Splatoon 2-specific service to set up matches, view information, and conduct voice chat via a connected mobile device.
Splatoon 2 is a third-person shooter title that will include 4 vs. 4 turf battles in new stages, new fashions and new weapons.
The final game will include online and local multiplayer matches and voice chat using the Nintendo Switch smart device app.