Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion Review

Everyone knows Splatoon and with the release of Splatoon 2 with the Nintendo Switch it took the series to a new level, never did I think they would introduce something as cool as the Octo Expansion. Octo expansion was released in June and added a new single player mode to…

The Crit

Story - 74%
Graphics - 78%
Audio - 72%
Gameplay - 79%
Replayability - 70%

75%

User Rating: 3.65 ( 1 votes)

Everyone knows Splatoon and with the release of Splatoon 2 with the Nintendo Switch it took the series to a new level, never did I think they would introduce something as cool as the Octo Expansion.

Octo expansion was released in June and added a new single player mode to Splatoon 2. To get to the mode, you go to the subway entrance on the upper right of the map or from the drop down you can choose to visit Deepsea Metro.

You play as an Octoling who has amnesia and soon finds out that you are Agent 8. You awake in a strange subway and then the story gets weird… I will leave it there for you to experience but there are 80 levels to play in this Sigle Player mode and each level has a goal that you need to reach, like reach the point before time runs out.

This is a cool expansion if you are looking for some single-player fun and break from the multiplayer modes. There is lots of rewards for completing these levels and can help you in other modes later on.

Additional Information

Reviewed on: Switch
Available on: Switch
Genre: FPS
Age Rating: PG
Publisher/Developer: Nintendo
Estimated RRP: $19.99
Release Date: 14 June 2018

Likes

  • Great Challenges
  • Funny story

Dislikes

  • Sometimes can be repetitive

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