Splatoon 2 Cheats on Nintendo Switch

Last Updated: April 11, 2020
Splatoon 2
  • First Released: Jul 20, 2017
  • Genres: Shooter, Platform
  • Ratings: PEGI 7, ESRB E10+

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Marina and Pearl

Easter Eggs

If you go to the studio to the right of Inkopolis Square and look through the window while in first-person view, Marina and Pearl will notice you and wave.

Change Lobby Music

Easter Eggs

While playing online and waiting in the lobby, you can change the way the music sounds. Moving the analogue sticks and pressing the face buttons lets you change its pitch, change its tempo, or add special sounds.

Squid Jump reference

Easter Eggs

When Murch is playing with his phone, the sounds come from the first game’s mini-game Squid Jump, although the phone’s screen is blank.

Musical Posters

Easter Eggs

The posters above the Grizzco Industries building are parodies of the real-world musicals The Phantom of the Opera and Wicked.


Easter Eggs

Spyke from the first game can be seen in a café to the left of the Lobby.

Legendary Cap

Easter Eggs

The first game’s Legendary Cap is visible in the background of the Headspace store.

Unlock Hero Weapons


New hero weapons are unlocked in Story mode after you complete specific lairs.

  • Hero Shot – Lair 1
  • Hero Roller – Lair 4
  • Hero Dualies – Lair 5
  • Hero Charge – Lair 6
  • Hero Slosher – Lair 10
  • Hero Splatling – Lair 13
  • Hero Blaster – Lair 19
  • Hero Brella – Lair 20
  • Hero Brush – Lair 22

Sunken Scrolls and Sardinium


Every level and sector contains a hidden Sunken Scroll, which explain the lore behind Inkopolis Square, and there are also 37 hidden Sardinium, which let you level up your weapons. If you’re having trouble finding one of these collectibles, use the video guide below to find them all.

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