Nintendo Announces Splatoon 2's Next Splatfest: Flight Vs Invisibility

Nintendo Announces Splatoon 2's Next Splatfest: Flight Vs Invisibility

Which superhero power would you rather have?

Arriving fairly hot on the heels of the previous Mayo Vs Ketchup Splatfest, Nintendo today announced that the next event for Splatoon 2. This time it will feature a matchup between Invisibility and Flight, two things that you can't eat.

Announced in a tweet from the Nintendo of Europe twitter account, the next Splatoon 2 Splatfest will be taking place over the first weekend in September.

The previous Splatoon 2 Splatfest saw Team Mayo beat Team Ketchup, while the Splatfest that was part of the World Premiere Demo ended with Team Ice Cream edging out Team Cake.

For everything else on the Splatoon 2's special events, make sure to head over to our complete Splatfests guide.

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