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The Splat Dualies are a weapon appearing in Splatoon 2. The Splat Dualies are a new weapon type added in Splatoon 2 and feature prominently in promotional material.
||Spray ink from both of your hands with this new weapon type. Press while shooting with to roll in the direction you're moving. You can roll twice in a row to cover more ground.
When fired, the Splat Dualies spray ink from both of the player's hands. Two reticles are displayed as a result, and each reticle acts independently, so an obstruction of one Dualie does not inhibit the shots of the other.
The Splat Dualies feature a unique roll mechanic. Pressing (jump) while firing causes the player to quickly roll in the movement direction, leaving behind a small cone of ink. The player then enters a crouch for a short duration. While crouched, the player's reticles are merged and shots are concentrated on one point; however, walking is disabled. Rolls may be used up to two times consecutively before the player must stand again.
- The Splat Dualies aim slightly inwards, and shots come closer to each other as they travel. As a result, the gap between reticles appears narrow when firing at a distance, and appears wide when firing at point-blank range.
- It is impossible to initiate a jump while firing the Splat Dualies, as attempting to do so will start a roll. Thus, the only way to fire the Splat Dualies airborne is to jump before firing, or to fall from an elevated position while firing.
Inkling Girl artwork shown holding the Splat Dualies
Animated promotion of the Splat Dualies
The info shown in the Switch demo about the new Splat Dualies.
Names in other languages
||Dual Repolper (pun on Revolver and Polpo (Octopus))