Don't be silly. If it was real, they'd also have scrapped the walkway through the middle.Screw you! Lol. You legit made me go OH GOD NO! I thought it was a leak at first. I liked this map alot.
isn't x rank permanent? iirc in 2 you just had to hit s+ once
Pretty sure it wasnt. i havn't played Splatoon 2 since the Order vs Chaos splatfest, but I specifically remember uploading a video and pointing out that I was not playing a X rank tower control match because I hadn't played in awhile and lost the X rank for that mode.
That's not quite how X rank worked in 2.
Essentially you were in X rank forever unless you got (1) curbstomped hard, and your average power level dropped somewhere below something around1900, and you kept losing or (2) your power level at the end of a month was low in which case you got demoted too.
Functionally it was permanent though, unless you shouldn't have been there in the first place.
Edit;Pillfencer already explained all this, whoops. One day I'll learn to read.
They technically did...a whooping TEN points increase!
What's even more unacceptable is that the game allows more than one Tenta Missles user on the same team in ranked
I'd rather have seen Lost Outpost or Ark Polaris return, but more maps for SR is definitely appreciated
On the other hand, throwing eggs up a level saves time going up and down the map. The fun outweighs the possible problems though, riding the rails is just too much fun, especially on high tide when everything is flooded by salmons.While Ruins of Ark Polaris would have been most suitable to the game given the storymode theme to the point where I'm almost surprised it wasn't in the base game, and it's my favourite map, at the same time, I'd dread to think how it would go actually being played with the effect the ability to throw eggs has had on the collective brainpower of the splatoon userbase.
There would be practically no chance people actually sit at the basket and allow the enemies that approach to get within a reasonable distance of the basket and it would be failures as far as the eye can see because you just can't get people to learn.
On the other hand, throwing eggs up a level saves time going up and down the map. The fun outweighs the possible problems though, riding the rails is just too much fun, especially on high tide when everything is flooded by salmons.
This is often the problem. Randoms just throw eggs a little closer and then go back to shooting infinitely spawning mobs at the shore, and then the flying things just come in and take the eggs. The actual design of Ark Polaris means that tossing them actually would save minimal time. You'd think it would save time but it would be hugely worse than having just let the salmonids get nearer the basket to begin with, which is a problem we already have in game.
Not requiring the players to routinely return to the basket to subtly remind them to progress towards the actual goal feels like a mistake that would have been hard to predict, at least.
I like all the maps and play both Salmon Run and PVP. Get on my level.You can tell a lot about a Splatoon player by how they feel about the maps.
Do they hate the new maps and want the old maps from the previous games? They play PvP.
Do they hate the old maps and only want to play on the new ones? They play Salmon Run.
I think there needs to be a drastic global measure against special spam. We've seen it countless times, the meta just keeps gravitating towards spamming the strongest specials available right now. This is a screenshot of Area Cup (high level JP tournament).
My suggestion would be to make it so that every time you use a special, the next one becomes 5p more expensive. Makes it so your average 4 specials a game person isn't affected too much but those 16 missiles in 5 minutes players will struggle to get their later ones. Also forces you to be a little more strategic about using specials.
Card Shark supremacy. It's only happened once but having four people send the losing team to the shadow realm is the true victory.I wasn't a believer in the dab in the beginning but now there is no greater feeling in Splatoon than winning a decisive match and celebrating with 4 consecutive dabs
I guess they're just gonna go through old SR material chronologically. They're doing the same with the Grizzco weapons, bringing back GC Blaster and now GC Brella today.
It's a weird one to play with for sure. The kit is really exciting if you ask me, but the weapon itself I can imagine takes a lot of time to get used to.goo tuber is my second most used weapon after squiffer by turf and I still haven't ever gotten it to fresh
it's definitely my worst charger