Nintendo might have officially stopped supporting Splatoon 2 with regular Splatfest, but it's still updating the game on a regular basis. The popular squid shooter has already received three updates this year, and now to add to this, it's received a fourth.
Below are the full details, according to the official Nintendo support page:
Ver. 5.2.2 (Released June 30, 2020)
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.
This latest update follows on from Version 5.2.1 (released 15th June, 2020). The previous update also fixed a few issues tied to weapons and attacks. Check out our existing post to find out more about this.
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