Splatoon 2's Second Bonus Splatfest Is Over, Results Revealed
Nintendo is holding another bonus Splatfest event in Splatoon 2 this month, and it gives players another chance to settle the chicken-or-the-egg debate.
Update: Splatoon 2's bonus August Splatfest has ended, and once again, Team Chicken has emerged victorious, edging out Team Egg in both normal and pro matches to clinch the win. If you participated in the event, don't forget to fire up the game and claim your Super Sea Snails.
The #Splatoon2 #Splatfest results are in, and #TeamChicken rules the roost with a 2-1 win! Thanks to everyone who helped solve this age old question, and be sure to claim your Super Sea Snails in Inkopolis Square! pic.twitter.com/QqwNvcsWAp— Nintendo Versus (@NintendoVS) August 24, 2020
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Although last year's Splatocalypse event marked the end of regular Splatfests in Splatoon 2, Nintendo is holding another bonus event in the game right now. The bonus Splatfest kicked off August 21 at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET, and much like May's one-off event, it's a repeat of a previous theme.
This month's event gives players another chance to settle the age-old question: which came first, the chicken or the egg? You can choose a side from the terminal in Inkopolis Square and earn points for your team by taking part in Turf War matches during the event period. Team Chicken emerged victorious when this Splatfest was originally held back in March 2018, but players have a chance to rewrite history.
This month's Splatfest runs until 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET on August 23. Everyone who participates in the event will earn Super Sea Snails, which can be used to add a new ability slot to a piece of gear or re-roll one that has already been maxed out. At least two more bonus Splatfests will be held before the end of March 2021, Nintendo has confirmed, although no other details about those events have been announced just yet.
Calling all squid squads—the #Splatoon2 North American Open September 2020 tournament is Super Jumping this way on 9/6 and 9/13 as part of the @NintendoVS Summer Series! Each member from the top team wins a download code prize package.— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) August 10, 2020
Register here: https://t.co/jGHjcCBDsm pic.twitter.com/fXa0XadtEc
Beyond this month's Splatfest, Nintendo is also holding another Splatoon 2 North American Open tournament next month. The competition takes place on two days, September 6 and September 13, and every member of the winning team will take home a prize bundle containing download codes for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Arms, and Mario Tennis Aces.
Splatoon 2 recently celebrated its third anniversary. The game launched on Switch back in July 2017 and has become one of the system's best-selling titles, moving 10.7 million copies as of June 30, 2020. Nintendo released a paid Octo Expansion DLC for Splatoon 2 in June 2018.
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