Splatoon 2’s First Paid DLC is a Flashy Single-Player Story

Splatoon 2: Octo is a single-player expansion for Splatoon 2, which Nintendo just revealed during its Nintendo Direct presentation. The $19.99...
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    Splatoon 2: Octo is a single-player expansion for Splatoon 2, which Nintendo just revealed during its Nintendo Direct presentation. The $19.99 downloadable content marks the first paid add-on for the stylish shooter, with pre-orders available now.

    Octo will star a special agent named, well, Octo, who looks like one of the game’s squid-like Octolings. But she is far, far more styling than the average squid kid, which is saying a lot. She looks kind of like Marina, the beloved pop star who co-hosts the game’s Splatfest competitions.

    But all of that aside, the most important thing here is that Nintendo chose to show off the Octo expansion with a truly strange music video. I mean, your mileage may vary on this one, and I’m not saying the music isn’t bumping. But what the hell is going on in this video, Nintendo? There’s even a part with Marina and Pearl inside of a test tube, reminiscent of, like, the Death Stranding trailer.


    Source: Polygon

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  1. Kankuro
    Why tf is a single player mode a DLC? All games should come with this, and if not, should be a free update if they decide to add single player.

    Such a stupid marketing plan.