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How will Splatoon 2 be affected by Nintendo's online service changes?

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If anyone here remembers, Nintendo is making it so that you have to pay for online services effective this Fall. Splatoon 2 is one of the May games that Will be affected by the changes. Many Switch owners won't give in too paying for online services unless something good comes out of it. Well, Producer Hisashi Nogami ensures that he will keep expanding the Splatoon 2 experience with Nintendo's update to online services.

 

According to Polygon, Nogami plans to use these service changes to supply multiple updates to the game to keep it fun! 'We don’t think it will have no influence,' Nogami said. 'We imagine it will have some sort of influence or effect by the addition of Nintendo Switch Online. [but] we want to use Nintendo Switch Online’s addition as a way to redouble our commitment to the community and reaffirm for them that we’re going to support this game more and more.' Both Splatoon and Splatoon 2 have very large fan base' and all Nogami wants is to ensure families can keep enjoying Splatoon, while acknowledging that he has to make paid services worth while.

Splatoon 2 is currently $59.99 but after paid services take effect it will become $59.99 plus however long you want to keep splatting your friends.

 

For Nogami, the pending Nintendo Switch Online fees are only encouraging the team to work harder on providing a fair experience for all online players.

 

'It’s not to say that there’s no possibility that we’ll ever consider releasing some paid premium multiplayer content,' he explained, which would add another barrier of entry to Splatoon fans. 'The main thing we want to maintain is this even playing field for players.'

 

What do you think about the online service payments?

What are your thoughts on Splatoon?

What do you think will happen to Splatoon after online service adjustments?

 

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I don't think Splatoon would be the only game to be severely hurt by this online service paywall. Future flagship games like Smash Ultimate will most likely become obsolete if Nintendo doesn't revoke the online service payment system. A lot of online games that Nintendo will release to the future might just die out because of their decision. I just don't understand why Nintendo would do this.

 

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