Splatoon 2 players aren’t used to receiving new updates, and aside from the bonus one-off Splatfest back in May, the game’s online offering is pretty set. On June 15, though, the game received its third patch of 2020, and players might be wondering what has changed.
Turns out, it’s not a whole lot–but if you’ve been hit with issues and glitches, they might have been addressed. Splatoon 2 Update 5.2.1 introduces two bug fixes, according to the patch notes. Here’s what it does:
Changes to MultiplayerFixed an issue where if the player had Dualie-type weapons equipped, they could travel farther in the air than intended when dodge-rolling, as the result of a certain combination of movements.Fixed an issue where the player could land in a different location than intended if they activated a Booyah Bomb and then quickly ended the effect.
And that’s it. It’s good to know that the Splatoon development team is still paying attention, even if the game is no longer receiving massive updates with new maps or weapons.
Splatoon 2 had sold over 10 million copies on Switch.
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