Much noise has been made recently about Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion, a new single player add-on that considerably expands on the already meaty single player campaign in the base game. Indeed, considering the staggering amount of post-launch content that Splatoon 2 has received, and in light of the recent announcement that support will continue for longer than initially announced, some have wondered if the game may be receiving more sizable updates like this in the future. Unfortunately, it sounds like Octo Expansion was a one-off.
In a recent interview with Polygon, producer Hisashi Nogami said that the team doesn’t have any plans for more premium single player releases like Octo Expansion. However, he does seem open to the idea of producing some sort of premium multiplayer content, though he a was keen to note that it would have to be adequately balanced so it wouldn’t fall into the “pay-to-win” trap that other online shooters have fallen into.
What do you think? Would you buy another Splatoon expansion? What kind of paid multiplayer content would you like to see? Share your thoughts in the comments below.