Twitter user OatmealDome and their team have put together a very useful website that, with just a couple of clicks, you will know if it’s time to play your favorite modes! The site allows you to track the map rotation of Splatoon 1, 2 and very soon Splatoon 3 as well! Not only that, but for Splatoon 2’s Salmon Run, it also helps you track when a shift starts and the rewards that you can get. The website is incredibly useful, as it allows you to check what modes and maps are currently in rotation without the need of checking the Nintendo Switch Online app nor opening the game, but the best part is that you can plan ahead, as the site lets you see the rotation up to the year 2040 (for Splatoon 2), you better save that date of October 13th, 2032 or else you’ll miss Rainmaker.
I got to speak to OatMealDome to ask them a few quick questions about how they will handle their website and this is what they said:
Q: I read that you are working on updates and planning on updating the site in the future for Splatoon 3, will these update come as you have time to work on them or do you have a schedule to follow?
A: We don’t have a schedule because it’s not possible to predict how the game’s schedule generation work before its launch, but we will work to support it as soon as possible. We’ll also try and have a Splatfest archival page for Rock vs. Papers vs. Scissors finished shortly after the demo becomes available.
Q: Would you be open to suggestions from people to add even more features to the site?
A: Definitely! We’ve already had some great suggestions come in, like filtering by stage/gamemode/weapon, and we’ll work to implement those in the future. Feedback is always welcome and can be submitted by either sending me a DM on Twitter or to our e-mail (email@example.com).