One of the most anticipated games for Nintendo Switch is Splatoon 2, sequel to the colorful shooter released on Wii U. While the community is waiting for upcoming news, the producer Hisashi Nogami shared some updates on the game development.
Contrary to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2 will support HD Rumble feature offered by the Joy-Con controller to offer the best possible tactile feeling. “If the vibrations connected you to the moments where you splatted an enemy, or did something awesome, then you’d be more immersed in those moments. That’s the kind of use I’d like to include,” said Nogami.
As regards to the advantages offered by the hardware of Switch, the producer is convinced that most of the power of the new Nintendo hybrid will further improve the graphics of Splatoon 2, but the primary goal remains to the 60 fps. “We’re working on improving the graphics, but our number one priority is having it run at 60 FPS,” were the words of Nogami.
When asked about the future of the online service for the original chapter, Nogami has reassured the Wii U players announcing that the support for the first Splatoon will not end with the output of Nintendo Switch.
The holders of the new console of the Big N will test Splatoon 2 during the Global Testfire organized by Nintendo, which will be held from Friday, March 24.