With Splatoon's free DLC set to largely wrap up in January, beyond balancing tweaks and fixes, its no surprise that it'll try to close with a bit of a bang. Since its May launch the game has expanded a great deal with new modes and maps, and it'll be the latter which gets a boost soon.

Piranha Pit and Ancho-V Games will be additions, and Nintendo has thought of a typically Splatoon-esque way of showing them off - through music and dance. It's not completely gimmicky, though, as you do get a good look at the general layouts of the stages.

Ancho-V Games, in particular, looks relatively complex in its layout, but that's not exactly a bad thing.

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