The sixteenth, and final, multiplayer map will be added to Splatoon tonight (1/21) at 6 p.m. PST. Ancho-V Games is the fictitious game studio where Splatoon’s mini-games, like Squid Jump, were developed. It’s filled with messy desks, scattered papers, cluttered whiteboards, and the occasional stressed-out jellyfish programmer. Parts of the floor can be shifted by shooting ink into giant PC cooling fans, granting access to higher areas and bridging gaps.

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It’s truly bittersweet to see Splatoon’s free content updates come to an end. Obviously, we wish there were more on the way. But Splatoon has grown into a massive, robust multiplayer experience, and beyond the price of the game, we weren’t asked to pay a dime for any of it.

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