Splatoon 2 version 5.3.1 has landed on Nintendo Switch, and it makes some significant background changes. The update focuses on Ranked Battle matches, adjusting skill-based matchmaking and how lobbies are formed. The patch also alters the way Splatfest matchmaking works ahead of the upcoming Halloween Splatfest. For those of you looking to jump into Splatoween 2020, you might notice some differences from previous events. In Pro-mode Splatfest battles, other people’s player names are no longer displayed if their Splatfest power is notably high. Another Pro-mode change effectively allows players who’ve been blocked for a suspiciously high power level to take […]
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