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|“||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.
|Splat Dualies||Curling Bomb||Inkjet|
The select screen from the Switch event demo selecting the Splat Dualies.
Names in other languages
|Spanish||Difusor dual||Dual diffusor|
|Italian||Repolper duplo||Dual Repolper (pun on Revolver and Polpo (Octopus))|
|Weapons in Splatoon 2|