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Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass Side Order DLC Launching February 22

The ink-soaked battles of Nintendo’s Splatoon 3 will continue with the release of the Side Order DLC on February 22.

Serving as Wave 2 of the Splatoon 3 Expansion Pass paid DLC, Side Order is a new single-player campaign for the title. Taking control of Agent 8, players will find an Inkopolis that is drained of color and without residents. On top of that, the ominous Spire of Order holds a number of secrets.

However, a drone from Off the Hook member Pearl is on the scene to help Agent 8 as they take on waves of enemies across different floors. In order to get an edge, players can utilize color chips to boost one’s abilities.

Learn more with the Splatoon 3 Expansion Pass Side Order DLC release date reveal trailer below:

Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass – Side Order DLC Release Date Reveal

For those who want to get a jump on things (or just a refresher!), Wave 1 – Inkopolis Plaza is now available. Featuring an area that hails from the original Splatoon release, this area also features fresh Squid Sisters performances.

Splatoon 3 can be purchased on the official website for the title. The full game and DLC add-on can be purchased together for $84.98, while the paid DLC can be purchased separately for $24.99.

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