Feb 16, 2017 06:25 PM EST
There will be a rain of colorful inks with a chaotic 4 vs. 4 action shooter that will return. Nintendo has recently announced that there will be a Global Testfire for "Splatoon 2" which is happening on the weekend this March. It is the first ever global test fire for "Splatoon 2".
Two years have passed ever since the release of "Splatoon" and now is the time for an all new evolution of a new trend and a new style of weapons and gears. "Splatoon 2" is going to be released soon, and a lot of surprises and fun will be coming with it with Nintendo.
As reported on the Attack Of The Fanboy, Switch users of Nintendo will be given a limited time demo to try out the game's new features this March 24-26, 2017. They will allow players to witness and experience the second successful installment of the match. The game is not going to be available for the launch of the Switch, but then Switch owners will be able to get an early taste late next month.
In their announcement, Nintendo stated, "Layers can test four different main weapons, including the new Splat Dualies, as well as remixed versions of the iconic Splat Roller and Splat Charger." The Global Testfire is going to be limited that weekend. The game will be available for Nintendo Switch owners to play in one-hour chunks throughout that three-day demo according to the report from Wired.
"Splatoon 2'' demo will give system owners an early chance to feel what it is like to play a multiplayer-centric game with all new types of a gaming machine. Nintendo used Global Testfires back then for the first "Splatoon" game a couple of times to help make the game much better. Though the playtimes are very limited during that weekend, it is still pretty impressive that we are going to get a chance to try out "Splatoon 2" on the Switch in less than a month after the system had launched.
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