Nintendo has been pretty quiet about Splatoon 3 since unveiling it last year, and other than a few brief info drops and trailers here and there, details on the game haven’t been too abundant over the months. It’s set to launch later that year though, and with that launch window in mind, it seems like Nintendo could be getting ready to kickstart the game’s marketing process.
Recently, for instance, Splatoon 3’s official Japanese webpage went live, summarizing key details about the game’s co-op Salmon Run mode, the single player mode Return of the Mammalians, its multiplayer, the hub location, and more. Accompanying all of that are new screenshots, highlighting various maps, locations, and bosses, offering solid glimpses of how the upcoming Switch exclusive is shaping up. Check them all out below.
Splatoon 3 is due out this summer for the Nintendo Switch. A specific release date for the game hasn’t yet been announced.
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