Hologram action ahoy!
Splatoon 2 is one of Nintendo’s mainstay on the Switch console, so it’s no surprise that it’s getting a new soundtrack, featuring high-quality recordings of Off the Hook’s solo concert in Japan. There will also be extras such as some songs added in Ver. 4.0 that have not gotten official releases yet.
The soundtrack album is officially named ‘Splatoon 2 Live in Makuhari –Tentalive-‘.
What’s interesting is that the concerts are mostly performed by holograms! Don’t believe me? Here, take a look at the video below.
The album also includes performances from the Squid Sisters concert from the NicoNico Chou Party back in 2016. This means that songs from Splatoon on Wii U, in their concert arrangements, will also be available in high-quality.
Octoling villain DJ Octavio will also be present and has created a special medley featuring songs from Splatoon and Splatoon 2’s Hero Mode campaigns.
Here’s the entire album’s track listing;
Off the Hook 1st Live
- Chip Damage
- Nasty Majesty
- Acid Hues
- Color Pulse
- Muck Warfare
- Shark Bytes
- Into the Light
- Fly Octo Fly
- Ebb and Flow (Octo)
- Frantic Aspic
Bonus (Chou Party 2016)
- Inkopolis Evolution
- Ink Me Up
- Maritime Memory
- Calamari Inkantation
- High-Color Memorial Mixtape
The first-print versions of the soundtrack will include an extra Blu-ray disc containing the entire Off the Hook concert in video form. The sound quality is also enhanced to match the soundtrack release version. There is also a special recording focusing more on Pearl and Marina’s dances on stage.
Here’s a look at the front and back covers for the first- print version;
And here’s the cover for the standard edition;
Splatoon 2 Live in Makuhari –Tentalive- releases on 24 July in Japan. So far, no pricing is in sight so stay tuned.
Splatoon 2 is already available on Nintendo Switch.