After the Nintendo Direct at E3 2017, we got a Treehouse spotlight with a ton of different games. Splatoon 2 was featured for multiple sessions showing off the Salmon Run and the Single player game modes. Check out this article for details on Splatoon 2 Salmon Run And Single Player.
Nintendo Treehouse Shows Off Splatoon 2 Salmon Run And Single Player
Here is the Splatoon 2 Salmon Run gameplay.
And here is the Splatoon 2 Single Player Gameplay.
Salmon run is basically a horde mode where you have to survive three waves of Salmon enemies and collect their eggs. As you progress in the waves it will get harder and you will even encounter Boss Salmons. Each Boss Salmon has a weakness to a certain type of weapon which will help you bring them down quicker. You can also change the difficulty of the battles, anywhere between 5% and 100%, adding more challenge the matches. During the last match, the players went up to 80% and they ended up losing on wave 2, so the challenge is there. There is also a meter that looked like it was filling up between matches, but they didn’t fill it up so we are not sure what that does.
The single player was a bit slower. They showed off a few levels and some of the different weapons, which you can upgrade. The thing I wanted to see which was the city wasn’t shown off, guess we have to wait for the game to play that.
Splatoon 2 is Available July 21st on the Nintendo Switch.