Nintendo has kindly provided us with an early copy of Splatoon 2, so we can take a look at it ahead of the launch to help you make your purchasing decision.
All multiplayer modes are currently unavailable though, so we’re refined to the single player Hero Mode for now. It picks up right where the original left off, with you working with Marie to try and find the missing Callie.
Marie’s had to take Cap’n Scuttlefish’s place, after he also disappeared. So it’s up to you to once again battle the Octarians, get to the bottom of the disappearances, and rescue the poor Inklings.
But we’re aware that you probably don’t care all that much about the plot of Splatoon 2. Well, not as much as you care about how it plays. That’s what this preview is really about, so read on to learn more.