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For Splatoon fans, there’ll be another reason to fire up your game again tomorrow, December 29th, if you’ve fallen behind on it. Remember that video of all those inklings dancing and having fun because of their new upcoming stages? Well, there’s no word yet on the Ancho-V stage, but it’s counterpart, Piranha Pit, will be hitting the game tomorrow.


Piranha Pit looks to be like an unfinished construction site on an island, with the whole map surrounded by water and much of its surface covered in what looks to be sand. There are also plenty of conveyor belts scattered throughout the stage, moving uphill, downhill, and across the flat land. The whole thing has a “rough around the edges” appearance, and it looks like it’ll bring a few unique elements to the game that we’ve yet to see in a Splatoon map.

Again, we don’t know when we’ll see Ancho-V come into play, but it’s safe to assume it’ll be soon, considering the two were announced simultaneously. Keep your eyes peeled for more news about it while you wait for Piranha Pit!

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