Nintendo has released a new software update for Splatoon 2, which sees the ink-based shooter now on version 5.2.2.
This has addressed issues in multiplayer where players could dive into an ink wall while performing a Booyah Bomb, and being able to access the opposing team’s base on Starfish Mainstage.
Splatoon 2 is now available exclusively for Nintendo Switch worldwide.
Splatoon 2 Update Version 5.2.2 Patch Notes
Changes to Multiplayer
- Made it so players are unable to dive into ink on a wall and move along an unintended path in the time between using a Booyah Bomb and returning to the ground.
- Fixed an issue in Starfish Mainstage in which players could invade the opposing team’s base if they jumped at the right time on top of a certain part of chain-link fencing.