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Don’t forget the Splatfest takes place this weekend


Don’t forget the Splatfest takes place this weekend

The first Splatoon 2 Splatfest in almost a 12 months is going down this weekend and it guarantees to be a superb one. The theme is the basic Ketchup Vs Mayonnaise and it kicks off Friday, 22nd May at exactly three PM PT / 6 PM ET / 11 PM BST. The final time that this theme got here up it was Team Mayonnaise who took the lead, so will probably be attention-grabbing to see who comes out triumphant this time spherical. Be positive to register at the terminal in Inkopolis Square. Good luck to everybody who enters!

It’s a #Splatoon2 #Splatfest so contentious we have now to do it twice! #TeamMayo and #TeamKetchup are again and it’s as much as you to find out which sauce is the boss!

This bonus one-off Splatfest kicks off 5/22 at 3pm PT and ends 5/24 at 3pm PT. pic.twitter.com/n5Ar6EUkJ0

— Nintendo Versus (@NintendoVS) April 22, 2020

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