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Shifty Station

Shifty Station

Introduced 4 August 2017
Total Area
Features Variable layout
Hazards
Marina
We made a special stage for this Splatfest!
-Marina
Pearl
You helped make the stage? That's amazing, Marina!
-Pearl

Shifty Station is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 2. It is only available during Splatfests and has a variable layout. It will be made playable in Private Battles in Version 5.0.0 after the final Splatfest. The layout does not change over the course of a single Splatfest, with the exception of Chaos vs. Order, where the first 23 layouts will be playable in the first 48 hours, with the last 24 hours only having the final layout playable.

List of Layouts

Layout Introduced Total BP Features
1 4 August 2017 2,011p Moving platforms
2 1 September 2017 1,885p Moving platforms
3 9 September 2017 1,900p Inkrails, sponges
4 13 October 2017 2,061p Rotating platforms
5 9 December 2017 2,455p Spinning spreaders
6 13 January 2018 2,027p Invisible platforms, a moving platform, Squee-Gs
7 3 February 2018 2,390p Ink cannons
8 3 March 2018 2,770p Containment areas, launchpads
9 24 March 2018 2,199p Grapplinks
10 21 April 2018 2,185p Ink switches
11 18 May 2018 2,300p Weight-sensitive platforms, sponges
12 21 July 2018 2,593p Breakable tentacles, opening gates, sponges
13 18 August 2018 2,360p Splat-Switches, sponges
14 22 September 2018 1,783p Bounce pads
15 19 October 2018 2,188p Ride rails
16 10 November 2018 2,297p Gushers
17 15 December 2018 2,327p Dash tracks
18 4 January 2019 2,254p Bounce pads, Flooders, sponges
19 9 February 2019 2,583p Free Splat Zones, sponges
20 16 March 2019 2259p Splat-Switches, spreaders
21 19 April 2019 2,832p Ink Switch, Moving platform
22 11 May 2019 2,059p Rolonium
23 15 June 2019 TBD Inkfurlers, water level drops, sponges

Version history

Version Adjustments
2.2.0
  • Fixed an issue on terrain that moves in Shifty Station which would occasionally move in a halting fashion.
2.3.0
  • Fixed an issue on terrain that moves in Shifty Station which would occasionally move in a halting fashion.

Layout 1: "Push"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is 追憶のスライド, "Slide of Reminiscence" or "Slide of memories".[1] This is likely a reference to the inclined ramps' similarity to playground slides.

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to sequentially shorter platforms connected by ramps. To the right is a large open area, and straight ahead is a small passage connecting the two halves of the map. In the gaps between each half of the map are two medium-sized platforms that periodically move side-to-side.

Total BP: 2,011p

Splatfests
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Layout 2: "SlideLift"

Map
Revised Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is 約束の丘で会いましょう, "Let's Meet at the Hill of Promises".[1] This is a reference to the common trope in Japanese media of a hill outside school where student couples meet to confess their feelings to each other, or to make important promises.

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to a central area. There are two small raised platforms on either side of the central area that periodically move up and down, and a large platform topped with a small inkable block in the middle that moves opposite the side platforms. Various walls are placed about the level to use as cover.

When this layout was reused in May 2018, the small inkable block on the middle platform was removed, some walls were repositioned at the canyon of the spawn point, and the tall wall near the spawn points became inkable on one side and significantly shorter, while the rest of the layout was identical to the original incarnation.

This Shifty Station contains a third variation that was never used in-game.

Total BP: 1,885p

Splatfests

"SlideLift"

Revision titled "SlideLift 2"

  • S2 Splatfest Icon Raph.png Raph vs. Leo S2 Splatfest Icon Leo.png on 5 May 2018 for North America, Oceania, and Europe
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Layout 3: "Sponge"

Map
Revised Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ハンサムなスポンジ, "The Handsome Sponge".[1]

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to a central area. To the right, there is a raised platform that is accessible via a sponge. To the left, there is an Inkrail on an isolated platform that the player can jump to in squid or octopus form. Towards the center of the stage are two more Inkrails, which can be used to get on their corresponding platforms. Sponges, walls, and crates in the center area can be used for cover.

When this layout was reused in May 2018, more sponges were added to allow greater movement to key areas. For example, a sponge was added alongside the left side ink rail platform to allow a route to the Inkrail that does not involve jumping. Some sponges had their sizes changed, as the centre sponges allowed to get on both towers, and the sponge near the right Inkrail was made into a cube. Also, the crates centrally placed in the platform just below spawn were rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

Total BP: 1,900p

Splatfests

"Sponge"

Revision titled "Sponge 2"

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Layout 4: "Windmill"

Map
Revised Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ウィンドミル・キス, "Windmill*Kiss".[1]

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to a central area. Each side has a rotating platform where the walls can be covered to climb on it and not fall to the abyss. At the center, there is a big wall and two uncoverable rotating platforms, and only can be crossed to the other side by going through the rotating platforms.

When this stage was reused during the Sanrio Splatfest tournament, the central revolving doors were skewed with the left one (per player point of view) moved closer to the spawn. The middle has also been opened up, allowing free movement from one side to the other. The right side of the spawn point has also been expanded.

Total BP: 2,061p

Splatfests

"Windmill"

Revision titled "Windmill 2"

Gallery

Layout 5: "NuriNuriBar"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is バーの一族, "The Spreader Clan".[2] A more literal translation of the name would be "The Clan of Bars", since Spreaders are called "Paint spreading bars" in Japanese.

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to a central area. Each side has uninkable ramp near spawn and spinning spreader with their ink color. At the right side of each spawn point, there is an area to ink and an uninkable spinning Spreader on the wall that leads to a bigger platform. At the left side of each spawn point, there are long paths that lead to the center where there is a platform with a wall and a box on the left. At the center, there is a large spinning spreader with each team's colors that can be climbed on that stops spinning at the fifteen seconds left mark.

Total BP: 2,455p

Splatfests
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Layout 6: "Transparent"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is トランスペアレント・ボーイ, "Transparent Boy".[2]

Description

The spawn point for each team is on a raised invisible platform which ramps down to a wider open area. These areas connect via more invisible inclines to a central area dominated by a platform that rises and sinks back into the floor periodically. This platform's walls are also invisible, and each time it sinks into the floor all ink on the walls disappears. To the sides of the central area are two smaller "courtyards", in the middle of each of them is an invisible block with inkable top flats which is constantly circled by long, flat Squee-Gs, shaped like Spreaders which wipe off all ink (leaving the top inked but cleaning the walls of the block).

Total BP: 2,027p

Splatfests
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Layout 7: "Canon"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ヒメちゃんのキャノン, "Pearlie's Cannons".[2]

Description

This layout is made of a valley between two inclines. The spawn points are at the top of each incline, with an Ink Cannon atop a steep, uninkable cliff on the right side just below the spawn. The cannon nest is flanked by a tall wall so that an enemy climbing up the slope to reach it has gone almost all the way up to the spawn point to get behind the cannon.

The stage is dotted with small walls that can be used for cover. The center of the stage has a small hill with another Ink Cannon on it. The base cannons cannot reach each other, but they can reach and be reached by the center cannon. To the sides of the central hill are two tall blocks which can only be inked and climbed from the closer team's side, and can serve as sniper's nests overlooking the center.

When a player is occupying a cannon, they are positioned on top of the sphere which makes up the cannon's body. This means that high-accuracy weapons such as chargers have to aim a little above the cannon to hit the player inside it. When a player leaves the cannon, they are dropped behind it relative to the way they are currently facing. In the case of the base cannons, if facing backwards, the player will fall down the cliffside, allowing for a quick escape if flanked.

Total BP: 2,390p

Splatfests
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Layout 8: "Kakutei"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ドジドジ, "Closed-closed".[2]The name is a pun on 閉じ, "to be closed" with ドジ, "clumsy"

Description

This layout contains a large center area with a glass dome suspended above it. There are also two glass boxes on each side of the stage. These three serve as containment chambers.

When the remaining match time is 1:50, a warning appears saying the side areas are about to seal off. At 1:40, the boxes descend to seal off the side areas, preventing access to them for the remainder of the match, finally closing entirely at 1:30. Two platforms at the large center area also descend to ground level, making more room for combat and inkable turf. At 0:55, another message appears, warning the center area is about to close. At 0:50, the central dome starts descending and by 0:45 it seals off the center area, finally closing entirely at 0:40. Shortly after descending, a launchpad appears in the secluded areas, to allow players to get out, only if players from one team remain in those areas, with the color of the launchpad matching that team.

Players can Super Jump to the secluded areas if a teammate or a S2 Weapon Sub Squid Beakon.png Squid Beakon is inside. S2 Weapon Special Tenta Missiles.png Tenta Missiles and the S2 Weapon Special Sting Ray.png Sting Ray can penetrate the glass barriers, but not the S2 Weapon Special Ink Storm.png Ink Storm.

Time English message Japanese messagenote Dutch message NOA French message NOE French message
1:50 Stage-1 containment imminent! 左右のカクリがはじまる!
Sayū no kakuri ga hajimaru!
(Sides isolation will be initialized!)
Indammingsfase 1 op komst!
(Containment phase 1 upcoming!)
1re restriction d'accès imminente...
(The first restriction of access is imminent...)
1:40 Commencing stage-1 containment! 左右のカクリを開始!
Sayū no kakuri o kaishi!
(Sides isolation start!)
Indammingsfase 1 begint!
(Containment phase 1 begins!)
1re restriction d'accès enclenchée!
(The first restriction of access engages!)
0:55 Stage-2 containment imminent! 中央のカクリがはじまる!
Chūō no kakuri ga hajimaru!
(Center isolation will be initialized!)
Indammingsfase 2 op komst!
(Containment phase 2 upcoming!)
2e restriction d'accès imminente...
(The second restriction of access is imminent...)
0:50 Commencing stage-2 containment! 中央のカクリを開始!
Chūō no kakuri o kaishi!
(Center isolation start!)
Indammingsfase 2 begint!
(Containment phase 2 begins!)
2e restriction d'accès enclenchée!
(The second restriction of access engages!)
0:40 Containment complete! 全エリアのカクリ完了!
Zen eria no kakuri kanryō!
(All areas isolation complete!)
Indamming voltooid!
(Containment completed!)
Restriction d'accès en place!
(Restriction of access in place!)
Time German Italian Russian NOA Spanish message NOE Spanish message
1:50 1. Eindämmung steht bevor!
(1. Containment arises!)
Contenimento livello 1 imminente!
(Containment level 1 imminent!)
Берегитесь ловушек по бокам!
Beregites' lovushek po bokam!
(Beware of traps on the sides!)
¡Aislamiento inicial inminente!
(Initial isolation imminent!)
¡Se acerca el primer confinamiento!
(The first confinement approaches!)
1:40 1. Eindämmung beginnt!
(1. Containment begins!)
Inizio contenimento livello 1!
(Start containment level 1!)
Ловушки опускаются!
Lovushki opuskayutsya!
(The traps go down!)
¡Aislamiento inicial en curso!
(Initial isolation in progress!)
¡Comienza el primer confinamiento!
(The first confinement begins!)
0:55 2. Eindämmung steht bevor!
(2. Containment arises!)
Contenimento livello 2 imminente!
(Containment level 2 imminent!)
Берегитесь ловушки в центре!
Beregites' lovushki v tsentre!
(Beware of the trap in the center!)
¡Aislamiento final inminente!
(Final isolation imminent!)
¡Se acerca el segundo confinamiento!
(The second confinement approaches!)
0:50 2. Eindämmung beginnt!
(2. Containment begins!)
Inizio contenimento livello 2!
(Start containment level 2!)
Ловушка опускается!
Lovushka opuskayetsya!
(The trap goes down!)
¡Aislamiento final en curso!
(Final isolation in progress!)
¡Comienza el segundo confinamiento!
(The second confinement begins!)
0:40 Eindämmung abgeschlossen!
(Containment completed!)
Contenimento completato!
(Containment completed!)
Все ловушки опустились!
Vse lovushki opustilis'!
(All traps have descended!)
¡Aislamiento finalizado!
(Isolation finished!)
¡Confinamiento completado!
(Confinement completed!)

Total BP: 2,770p

Splatfests
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Layout 9: "Hikiyose"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is イタズラなヒキヨセ, "Mischievous Grapplinks".[3]

Description

This layout contains many obstacles and ramps, making walking around the floor very difficult and providing limited visibility. Above many of the raised platforms, there are floating Grapplinks, which allow players to quickly travel along the higher areas. The central area is a high, narrow bridge over a gap, that can only be scaled via a ramp from each team's left flank, a wall on each side near the middle, or using the Grapplinks. It stands between two canyons that separate it from the team base areas. Throwing a bomb or S2 Weapon Sub Point Sensor.png Point Sensor, or using the S2 Weapon Special Sting Ray.png Sting Ray links the player to the Grapplink. Sting Rays run out immediately once teleported there.

Blocking the right flank of each team's canyon, right before the center area, is a tower with a triangular roof, that seems to be taken from Camp Triggerfish.

Total BP: 2,199p

Splatfests
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Layout 10: "Denden"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is あしたはデンデン, "Tomorrow is Ink Switches".[3]

Description

This layout is laterally-symmetrical like Saltspray Rig. It contains many ramps and long narrow corridors. The spawn points are located near each other but separated with a tall glass wall that extends all the way to the center (however, splats against the junction where this wall meets the floor may cause a small amount to leech to the other side). From spawn, it is downhill that leads to the center where are three Ink Switches are placed. The center one rises an uninkable wall in the middle while the two others lift climbable platforms on each side respectively. The platforms, when raised, allow full access to that side's respective home base.

Team Alpha (Pearl's team) always spawns on the right side, while Team Bravo (Marina's team) always spawns on the left. However, when the same team is fighting each other in Splatfest, the rule above does not affect spawn positions, so there is a possibility to spawn on either side.

Total BP: 2,185p

Splatfests
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Layout 11: "Scale"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is 天秤ラヴァーズ, "Balance Lovers".[3]

Description

The main mechanic of this stage is a large double balance beam scale with a large pad near each spawn point and a pair of smaller pads near the center. The pads are balanced against their same-sized counterparts and are not connected between them. The scales tip based on the number of players and sub weapons on them, with the heavier side lowering and the lighter side raising accordingly. While moving up or down, a pattern on the top of the pad will glow light blue and a grinding metal sound effect will be heard. Between each spawn point and the larger pads is a lower area with many horizontal and vertical grates and a sponge that can be used to climb back on the left flank. The smaller pads in the middle are each flanked by a pit hazard on the left side and a short ramp providing cover on the right.

  • Sub weapons also affect platform weight. Their weight is half that of a player, which makes the platforms go down by half the distance they would when unbalanced by the weight of a player.
  • Swimming on a wall of the platforms counts as being on the platform, and will affect it whether the character is ascending, descending or swimming at a set height.
    • Accordingly, S2 Weapon Sub Suction Bomb.png Suction Bombs and S2 Weapon Sub Sprinkler.png Sprinklers (when placed on the walls of the platform) affect the balance by half a player's weight.
  • Certain parts of the bottom areas of the moving platforms are covered by uninkable walls taller than the maximum jump height, so when fully raised, the platforms can only be climbed from certain directions.

Total BP: 2,300p

Splatfests
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Layout 12: "Takoashi"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is たこあし注意報, "Tentacle Warning".[3]

Description

This layout's main mechanic revolves around tentacles that stick out of the floor. There are three octopus tentacles and three squid tentacles, even during same-team matches. The octopus tentacles resemble those that are seen in boss battles, and the squid tentacles resemble a larger version of the Squid Bumpers seen in the Shooting Range.

Each team's spawn point is on a raised platform with a lower area in front and to the right and a walkway going off to the left. Past the lower area is a wall numbered 3 on the left, a ramp to a raised platform in the middle, and a tall, uninkable wall to the right. Beyond these is a large courtyard divided by both teams' number 1 walls and an S-shaped inkable platform between them. On each team's side, the number 1 tentacle is on the right, near the S-shaped platform. Further to the right of each team's side is a small pit hazard and a blocked-off area containing the team's number 2 tentacle. To the left of the team's side of the center is their number 2 wall, and beyond it a small enclosed area. This area contains the team's number 3 tentacle and can be reached by following the left walkway from the team's spawn. The number 2 wall is flanked by a raised platform with sponges at each end, allowing friendly team members to go around the wall without opening it.

The background of this layout features drinking jars with straws filled with a clear liquid. The background also has fireworks going off, some of them in the shape of the S2 Icon Inkling Squid Green.png squid and S2 font - octopus glyph.svg octopus icons from the game can be seen in the sky, colored to match the teams currently playing.

Tentacles

Players can splat their enemy team's corresponding numbered tentacles (denoted by the Inkling numbers 1, 2 and 3). Doing so will lower a barrier with the same number, giving access to other areas, displaying a message and playing the "objective captured" or "objective lost" sound effect from Ranked Battles. Each tentacle is connected to a certain barrier and they do not heal damage or regenerate once splatted. There is a lit path on the floor leading from each tentacle to the gate it opens, and once the tentacle is splatted, the lights turn off as the gate opens.

The tentacles do not need to be splatted in any particular order, as number 2 is accessible from the start, and number 3, while hidden behind the number 2 gate, can still be accessed using long-ranged weapons and ones that provide more mobility, such as the S2 Weapon Special Inkjet.png Inkjet or S2 Weapon Special Sting Ray.png Sting Ray; or by standing on a sponge and having it be expanded by an enemy team member.

The first tentacle will suffer 600 damage before being splatted, the second 3000, and the third 2000. Certain weapons do more damage to the tentacles, with the game applying the same damage multipliers as when attacking tentacles in Octo Expansion boss fights. The tentacles are unaffected by S2 Ability Object Shredder.png Object Shredder, so additional damage will be dealt.

Gate Opened English message Japanese message Dutch message NOA French message NOE French message
Ours We opened gate #! 第◯ゲートがひらく!
Dai ___ gēto ga hiraku!
(Opened gate #!)
Poort # gaat open!
(Gate # goes open!)
On a ouvert la porte #! (We opened gate #!)
Theirs They opened gate #! 第◯ゲートがひらかれる!
Dai ___ gēto ga hirakareru!
(Gate # has been opened!)
Ze openen poort #!
(They open gate #!)
Ils ont ouvert la porte #! (They opened gate #!)
Gate Opened German message Italian message Russian message NOA Spanish message NOE Spanish message
Ours Tor # öffnet sich! ¡Abrimos la puerta #!
(We opened gate #!)
¡Se abre el portal número #!
(Gate number # is opened!)
Theirs Gegner öffnet Tor #! ¡El rival abrió la puerta #!
(The rival opened gate #!)
¡Portal número # abierto!
(Gate number # opened!)

Total BP: 2,593

Splatfests
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Layout 13: "NuriSwitch"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ヌリとスイッチの吐息, "A Breath of Splat and Switch".[4] The name could be more literally translated as "A Breath of Painting and Switch", since "Painting Switches" is the Japanese name for Splat-Switches.

Description

This layout's main mechanic revolves around Splat-Switches. There are two switches on each team's side which begin in the enemy's color, and one in the center which begins in a neutral state. The two switches in each team's side control a gate, moving it to a closed position when in the defending team's color, and the central switch controls two platforms in the central area - when it is inked, the platform closer to the owner's color will rise from ground level, making it inaccessible since its walls are uninkable.

Each team's spawn point is on a raised platform with a small walkway leading forward. To the right are two lower-leveled areas with staircases leading between them. The lowest of these two levels is split by a wall. The first Splat-Switch is in front of this wall, and the gate it controls is in its middle. Ahead of these two areas is a long wall separating them from the center of the stage. The second Splat-Switch is on top of this wall, and the gate it controls is adjacent to it (so that when the gate opens it hides the Splat-Switch from the center). To the left is some grating leading to the center from a different angle. The center area is a large, flat, open area, with the central Splat-Switch in its epicenter, with small boxes usable for cover on either side. On each team's right side is a Sponge Block. On the left side is the rising platform, with another small box on top. When the moving platform is raised, it is leveled with the wall on the closer side, allowing players on it to access the base even without opening the gate.

Total BP: 2,360p

Splatfests
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Layout 14: "Trampoline"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is ジャンプマットの詩, "Bounce Pads' Song".[4]

Description

Players spawn on either end of the stage, on raised platforms that lead down to sequentially lower platforms with boxes and a bumper. These areas can be accessed by falling through grates, jumping on bounce pads or falling from one raised platform to a lower one. In the center is a raised platform with boxes in the middle that can only be accessed by jumping on the bounce pads from each side, and grated bridges from the sides of the center. The bounce pads are placed above pit hazards, providing access to higher areas at the risk of falling off the stage.

Total BP: 1,783p

Splatfests
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Layout 15: "RideRail"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is キミのハートにライド・オン!, "Ride-on into Your Heart!".[3] This is a pun on the phrase "Right on!" with the name for Ride Rails.

Description

This layout contains ride rails that lead to the middle, which are the only way to get to the center.

Total BP: 2,188p

Splatfests
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Layout 16: "Kanketu"

Map

The name given to this layout by Marina is カンケツセンのばら, "Gusher Town".[3]

Description

This layout contains Gushers.

Total BP: 2,297p

Splatfests
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Layout 17: "Dash"

Map
Description

This layout contains dash tracks.

Total BP: 2,327p

Splatfests
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Layout 18: "Dozer"

Map - The inked areas show the paths of the Flooders
Description

This layout contains Flooders.
Total BP: 2,254p

Splatfests
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Layout 19: "Quick"

Map
Description

This layout contains Sponge Blocks and six "Free Splat Zones". These zones operate like Splat Zones in that inking a certain percentage of them causes the entire zone to be filled with the team's ink.

Total BP: 2,583p

Splatfests

Layout 20: "DeliNuri"

Map
Description

This layout contains four small and one large Splat Switches, called "Nuri Switches" in Japanese, which control ten moving Spreaders.[5]

Total BP: TBD

Splatfests

Layout 21: "Painting"

Map
Description

This layout contains an Ink Switch in the center of the map controlling a strip of fourteen moving platforms. These platforms, partially separated by a glass wall in front of the switch at the start of a match, serve as the surface for the center of the map. Team Alpha always spawns on the right, while Team Bravo always spawns on the left. This is randomly decided in same-team matches. When the switch is in use, the platforms move slowly from one end of the stage to the other. Players must ink the surface of the platforms before they slide under the other glass wall behind the switch, putting the turf out of reach for the remainder of the match. The switch is covered with a glass barrier from all sides, except for the front. The height of the switch is also enough that the S2 Weapon Special Tenta Missiles.png Tenta Missiles are less likely to activate it. When the last surface is fully on the other side of the first glass wall, sliding doors of the glass barrier conceal the front of the switch. The S2 Weapon Special Sting Ray.png Sting Ray and S2 Weapon Special Booyah Bomb.png Booyah Bomb can penetrate this cage, but hitting the Ink Switch will do nothing once the platforms have moved to the end.

Total BP: 2,832p

Splatfests
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Layout 22: "Gabon"

Map
Description

This layout contains Rolonium bundles that roll through various hills. Rolonium can splat in two hits.[6]

Total BP: 2,059

Splatfests
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Layout 23: "Blowouts"

Map Before Water Drops
Map After Water Drops
Description

This layout contains Inkfurlers that can be unwrapped to travel through the stage. This layout is surrounded by water. After ninety seconds, the water level will drop to reveal more inkable turf, similar to Mahi-Mahi Resort.[7]

Total BP: TBD

Splatfests


Official Naming

While all the layouts are referred to in-game as "Shifty Station", on 18 June 2019, the official Japanese Splatoon Twitter account began publishing images of the various layouts in appearance order, each titled with a specific name[1][2]. One of the tweets mentions that these names were given by Marina[2].

# Layout Name Translation
1 Shifty Station Layout 1 Named.jpg 追憶のスライド[1]
Tsuioko no Suraido
Slide of Reminiscence
2 Shifty Station Layout 2 Named.jpg 約束の丘で会いましょう[1]
Yakusoku no Oka de Aimashō
Let's Meet at the Hill of Promises
3 Shifty Station Layout 3 Named.jpg ハンサムなスポンジ[1]
Hansamuna Suponji
The Handsome Sponge
4 Shifty Station Layout 4 Named.jpg ウィンドミル・キス[1]
Windomiru*Kisu
Windmill*Kiss
5 Shifty Station Layout 5 Named.jpg バーの一族[2]
Bā no Ichizoku
The Spreader Clan
6 Shifty Station Layout 6 Named.jpg トランスペアレント・ボーイ[2]
Toransupearento Bōi
Transparent Boy
7 Shifty Station Layout 7 Named.jpg ヒメちゃんのキャノン[2]
Hime-chan no Kyanon
Pearlie's Cannons
8 Shifty Station Layout 8 Named.jpg ドジドジ[2]
Dojidoji
Closed-closed
(this is a pun on
閉じ, "to be closed"
with ドジ, "clumsy")
9 Shifty Station Layout 9 Named.jpg イタズラなヒキヨセ[3]
Itazurana Hikiyose
Mischievous Grapplinks
10 Shifty Station Layout 10 Named.jpg あしたはデンデン[3]
Ashita wa Denden
Tomorrow is Ink Switches
11 Shifty Station Layout 11 Named.jpg 天秤ラヴァーズ[3]
Tenbin Ravāzu
Balance Lovers
12 Shifty Station Layout 12 Named.jpg たこあし注意報[3]
Takoashi Chūihō
Tentacle Warning
13 Shifty Station Layout 13 Named.jpg ヌリとスイッチの吐息[4]
Nuri to Suicchi no Toiki
A Breath of Splat and Switch
14 Shifty Station Layout 14 Named.jpg ジャンプマットの詩[4]
Janpu Matto no Uta
Bounce Pads' Song
15 Shifty Station Layout 15 Named.jpg キミのハートにライド・オン![4]
Kimi no Hāto ni Raido*On!
Ride-on into Your Heart!
16 Shifty Station Layout 16 Named.jpg カンケツセンのばら[4]
Kanketsusen no Bara
Gusher Town

Trivia

  • Marina claims to have helped make the stage herself, which is shown by her symbol appearing on the stage image.
    • As Marina mentions often in the news segments, she was raised around Octarian machinery, which would explain why many of the Shifty Station variants contain at least one of the Octo Valley and Octo Canyon mechanics.
    • This is elaborated on further in the Octo Expansion. In Marina's chat room, Pearl mentions how Marina creates these stages all by herself, while Cap'n Cuttlefish notes the Octarian technology used, such as floating rocks, from Marina's time as a combat engineer for DJ Octavio.
  • The stage seems to be set somewhere in one of Octo Canyon's domes or the Deepsea Metro, as can be deduced by the decorations scattered throughout the stage types as well as the floating objects in the background.
  • Not all Shifty Stations actually shift. Layouts 3, 7, 9, 14 and 15 are static, and 10, 11, 12 and 13 only move when interacted with.
  • On one of the Stations there is a S2 Weapon Special Inkjet.png Inkjet glitch that allows the player to clip through the wall.
  • Layout 3 has been used for the most Splatfests, with a grand total of five.
  • The internal code name for this stage in the game files is "Deli".
  • Layout 12, along with two future layouts featuring Ride Rails and Bounce Pads, were found in the game's data after the release of Version 3.2.0. This was the only complete layout that also had the stage model present.[8][9]
    • The same data miners later published a complete list of the Shifty Station layout code names (as of 4.5.1):
Layout File name Codename Used in Explanation
1 Deli02 Push S2 Splatfest Icon Mayo.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Ketchup.png The moving platforms push players around
2 Deli01 SlideLift S2 Splatfest Icon Flight.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Invisibility.png
S2 Splatfest Icon With Lemon.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Without Lemon.png
The moving platforms serve as lifts (elevators)
Deli01_02 SlideLift_2 S2 Splatfest Icon Raph.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Leo.png
Deli51 SlideLift_2 -
3 Deli03 Sponge S2 Splatfest Icon Fries.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon McNuggets.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Front Roll.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Back Roll.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Sci-Fi.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Fantasy.png
Sponge Blocks
Deli03_02 Sponge_2 S2 Splatfest Icon Mikey.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Donnie.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Hello Kitty.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Cinnamoroll.png
4 Deli00 Windmill S2 Splatfest Icon Vampire.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Werewolf.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Agility.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Endurance.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Warm.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Cold.png
The rotating platforms resemble windmills
Deli00_02 Windmill_2 S2 Splatfest Icon My Melody.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Pompompurin.png
5 Deli07 NuriNuriBar S2 Splatfest Icon Warm Inner Wear.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Warm Outer Wear.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Film.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Book.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Sweater.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Sock.png
"Nuri Nuri Bar" is the Japanese name for Spreaders
6 Deli06 Transparent S2 Splatfest Icon Action.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Comedy.png Invisible platforms
7 Deli05 Canon(sic) S2 Splatfest Icon Champion.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Challenger.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Gherk-OUT.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Gherk-IN.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Money.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Love.png
Ink Cannons
8 Deli10 Kakutei S2 Splatfest Icon Flower.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Dumpling.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Chicken.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Egg.png
From 隔艇, "sealed area, bulkhead" in Japanese
9 Deli08 Hikiyose S2 Splatfest Icon Latest Model.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Popular Model.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Baseball.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Soccer.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Salty.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Sweet.png
"Hikiyose Point" is the Japanese name for Grapplinks
10 Deli09 Denden S2 Splatfest Icon Unknown Creature.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Advanced Technology.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Pulp.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon No-Pulp.png
"Denden Switch" is the Japanese name for Ink Switches
11 Deli11 Scale S2 Splatfest Icon Raph.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Donnie.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Hello Kitty.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon My Melody.png
The stage is a set of giant scales
12 Deli13 Takoashi S2 Splatfest Icon Squid.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Octopus.png From 蛸足, "(Octopus) tentacle" in Japanese
13 Deli12 Nuri Switch S2 Splatfest Icon Mushroom Mountain.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Bamboo Shoot Village.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Adventure.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Relax.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Fork.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Spoon.png
"Nuri Switch" is the Japanese name for Splat Switches
14 Deli14 Trampoline S2 Splatfest Icon Retro.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Modern.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Tsubuan.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Koshian.png
This layout contains Bounce Pads, called "Trampolines" in Japanese
15 Deli15 RideRail S2 Splatfest Icon Trick.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Treat.png This layout contains Ride rails
16 Deli16 Kanketu S2 Splatfest Icon Pocky Chocolate.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Pocky Gokuboso.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Salsa.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Guac.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Eat It.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Save It.png
This layout contains Gushers, called "Kanketsuen"* in Japanese
17 Deli17 Dash[10] S2 Splatfest Icon Hero.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Villain.png This layout contains dash tracks, called "Dash pads" in Japanese
18 Deli18 Dozer[10] S2 Splatfest Icon Fam.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Friend.png This layout contains Flooders, called "Octo dozers" in Japanese.
19 Deli19 Quick[10] S2 Splatfest Icon Boke.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Tsukkomi.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Pancake.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Waffle.png
This layout will contain Sponge Blocks and six "Free Splat Zones"
These zones operate like Splat Zones in that inking a certain percentage of them causes the entire zone to be filled with the user's ink[11]
20 Deli20 DeliNuri[10] S2 Splatfest Icon Knight.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Wizard.png This layout will contain four small and one large Splat Switches, called "Nuri Switches" in Japanese, which control ten moving Spreaders[12][13]
21 Deli21 Painting[10] S2 Splatfest Icon Hare.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Tortoise.png Up until Version 4.4.0, this layout appeared to be a testing map which is modified from the data for Kelp Dome[14]
In Version 4.4.0, this was changed to a completely new layout with a single Ink Switch controlling a strip of fourteen moving platforms[15]
22 Deli22 Gabon[6] S2 Splatfest Icon Ce.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Pa.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Teleportation.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Time Travel.png
"Gabon" is similar to the internal name for the Octo Canyon stage Enter the Octohurler, which contains Rolonium.[16]
23 Deli23 Blowouts[16] S2 Splatfest Icon Unicorn.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Narwhal.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Without Pineapple.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon With Pineapple.png
S2 Splatfest Icon Kid.pngxS2 Splatfest Icon Grown-Up.png
"Blowouts" is similar to the internal name for the Octo Canyon stage Spinning Campground, which contains Inkfurlers.
(future) Deli04 Box - Unknown
  • Layout 14 did not have the ambient sound playing in the background that can be heard in the other Shifty Station layouts in Recon mode.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese ミステリーゾーン
misuterī zōn
Mystery Zone
FlagNetherlands.svg Dutch Wisselwereld Change world
FlagFrance.svg French (NOE) Plateforme polymorphe Polymorphing platform
FlagGermany.svg German Wandelzone Changer zone
FlagItaly.svg Italian Zona mista Mixed zone
FlagRussia.svg Russian Транстанция
Transtantsiya
Trance-station
FlagSpain.svg Spanish Área mutante Mutating area

References