Private Battle Spectator View

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Private Battle Spectator View
S2 Spectator Mode LFSRL 1.jpg
A Player spectating a Private Battle
Type Spectating
Players 2 watching an 8 player match
Ranked No
Weapons None
Controllers Joy-Cons or Switch Pro Controller
Release Date Launch
Eureka! We’ve just discovered a breakthrough in squid-observation technology! In Splatoon 2, a new feature called Private Battle Spectator View will allow up to two non-players to spectate a Private Battle. These two people act as camera operators in order capture all the action. This is, of course, in addition to the 8 players who fight in the Private Battle. Outstanding!

Private Battle Spectator View is a mode in Splatoon 2 that allows two players to spectate a Private Battle by moving the camera.

Description

Private Battle Spectator View allows two players to spectate the other eight players by moving their camera around the match. The match starts of with an overview of the whole map, and can move and zoom the camera around the map. Each player on one team is assigned a direction on the Directional buttons or the Button1 DPad.png and each player on the opposing team is assigned either Button1 A.png,Button1 B.png,Button1 X.png or Button1 Y.png. Pressing on any of the assigned buttons will follow the chosen Players Inkling. Each players assigned button is occasionally displayed above their username, and always displayed on the top HUD. The player can also display a list of all the players playing including Username and their Inklings face, the button they're assigned, the Main Weapon and Abilities.

Gallery

  1. Squid Research Lab Live from Squid Research Lab: Private Battle Spectator View