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Splatoon 3 is the latest entry in the 3rd person shooter title that first made its splash on the Nintendo Wii-U and went on to find a new coat of paint on the Nintendo Switch with two entries that have now made the title an essential for owners to play with friends. With the release of Splatoon 3, the game is bigger and messier than ever, and it only gets more chaotic with friends.
In Splatoon 3, you play as little as fight for territory in a variety of game modes. There is also a fun campaign to teach you the basics of the game and also immerse you in the game’s story, which is also quite interesting, but the main appeal of the game comes from the multiplayer.
Splatoon 3 offers a ton of brand new features that you’ll learn about from the campaign, and some from playing with the big leagues in multiplayer.
A visually appealing story mode that is colorful and full of life will ease you into the inky world of the game and the multiplayer is where you will go toe-to-toe against other insinuations of territorial supremacy among other objectives in the varied game modes, that is waiting for you.
Splatoon 3 is exclusively on Nintendo Switch and can be purchased through Nintendo eShop for $59.99. Unfortunately, there is no pre-order discount or other places where you can buy the game digitally for a cheaper price.
Currently, Splatoon 3 has a Metacritic review at 84, which is a decent upgrade from 2017’s Splatoon 2 at 83.
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