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Video: Skipper Pavilion Map Live In Splatoon 2 This Evening, Final New Splatoon 2 Stage

Splatoon 2 players will be looking forward to the final new map for the game which is titled Skipper Pavilion. The map goes live this evening and Nintendo has handily produced a new video giving us an overview of the intense new map. Splatoon 2 is available now for the Nintendo Switch.

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11 comments

  1. If you’re so negative about Nintendo, why are you hanging about a Nintendo website all the time? And Nintendo isn’t getting old, their sales are only getting better. Plus when’s the last time you’ve seen an old person playing the switch? Splatoon 2 is my favorite game, and it aches to look at your trash comment.

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  2. It’s sad how this is the last Splatoon 2 stage, I’m not ready for it to go. Guess we’ll just have to wait for Splatoon 3… but that will be in forever… I’m so depressed.

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    1. They said it was the final NEW stage though. With them bringing back revamped Splatoon 1 stages, it’s kinda hard to tell if they mean this is the last brand new stage and there will still be a few more returning stages or if it’s the final stage overall. Disappointing if it is the final stage though. I was kinda hoping Mahi Mahi would come back…

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      1. I think Albacore might be Mahi-Mahi’s replacement, since the setting for both is “resort pool.”

        I’d take Mahi-Mahi over Moray Towers any day though- MT was always one of my most disliked maps.

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  3. I was wondering if we were going to get another map like Saltspray Rig where the map was split vertically instead of horizontally. Shame this is purported to be the last new map, and possibly last map in general.

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