Its first paid single-player DLC, Octo Expansion, comes out sometime this summer for $20 and adds 80 story missions and a new character. Meanwhile, the first "Splatoon 2" world championship takes place in June during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.” />
"Splatoon 2" is an online competitive shooter that launched on Nintendo Switch in July 2017. It was the first Switch game to sell two million copies in Japan, according to game magazine Famitsu (via Siliconera).
Attendees at this year's Polymanga were treated to a performance by "Splatoon 2's" Off the Hook, a pair of pop idols who host a news program at the start of Nintendo's paint-centric shooter and appear at in-game Splatfest events.
Polymanga is an annual convention celebrating Japanese manga, anime, and video games. It takes place during Easter in the Montreux Music & Convention Centre in Switzerland.
debut on "The Late Show with David Letterman" in 2014. The biggest example is Hatsune Miku, who made her U.S. Virtual idols called "vocaloids" are popular in Japan. Yes, it was awkward.
They previously performed during the Japanese "Splatoon 2" 2018 Championships at Tokaigi. This was their second "live" appearance. Backed by human musicians, the holographic divas entertained the crowd with songs from the "Splatoon 2" soundtrack and a plethora of ocean puns. They were followed by the original "Splatoon" hosts, the Squid Sisters.