HomeNewsSplatoon Controller Layout Detailed, New Screenshots Revealed Jelani Thompson November 12, 2014 News NeoGAF member Fiktion has created a thread about Nintendo‘s very own upcoming ink-based 3rd-person shooter, Splatoon. All of the information detailed in the thread contains new details about the game including new screenshots that have been unveiled via the official Splatoon Twitter account. In single player mode, players will investigate happenings in the world of Splatoon for the Squid Research Lab. Throughout the course of the campaign, players will wear a hi-tech outfit known as the “Hero Suit”. According to the developers, the Hero Suit is designed to resemble fire fly squids that are also featured in the game. Here’s a look at the Splatoon Firefly Suit An inside look at the Splatoon Octopus Army Corps An inside look at sub-weapon usage This is the cat that decide’s the match’s victor! Other details revealed in the thread are story-oriented, but the default controller layout was also revealed in the thread: ZL – Squid (dive into ink, restores ink) L-stick – move R-button – Bomb (uses 70% of your ink) ZR – Ink Shot (uses up ink) R-stick – looks left/right X – Jump Y – Camera Reset Touch the Squid Icon to make a big jump to one of your team mates. Use gyro to aim. Players will use the R Button on the Wii U GamePad to fire their sub-weapons (an example in the gallery above). Pictured above is the Splash Bomb. It does no damage, but can give players a tactical advantage and can prove as an excellent distraction. Unfortunately, no information was revealed as to how deep the control customization will be seeing as many fans will want to aim with the right analog stick, but more information on that should be revealed in the coming months. Are you excited for Splatoon? How do you think the gyroscope aiming will turn out? Let us know by leaving a comment below. Source: NeoGAF Share this post: No related posts. Nintendo Opens Up Pre-Purchase and Pre-Loading for Super Smash Bros. Wii UMother 4 Delayed Until 2015, New Screenshots UnveiledAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonNews Reporter Lives and breathes competitive Smash. Show me ya moves!