Splatoon is back, and it's bigger than ever. Players of all levels will be able to use this Splatoon 3 guide directory to find all sorts of tips and tricks to make the most out of Nintendo's colorful and wacky ink-shooting multiplayer game. As Game Rant continues to spend more hands-on time with Splatoon 3, this hub page will be updated with more information and guides. So stay tuned and keep checking back to get some help to become the best splatter out there.
By clicking around the directory, Splatoon 3 players will find categories pertaining to different aspects of the game, like collectibles, the story mode, the best weapons, beginner tips, and much more. Splatoon 3 will continue to get new updates and events for quite some time, so we'll be sure to keep this updated.
Splatoon 3 may be the third entry in the semi-long-running series, but that doesn't mean that all players are going to be veterans. This section will go over all the beginner tips and tricks that players should know before getting deep into Splatoon 3.
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Weapons and Gear
This section of the Splatoon 3 guide and walkthrough will cover anything and everything related to weapons and gear. We'll have guides on the best weapons for beginners, the best abilities in the game, and much more.
Splatoon 3's story mode takes players through multiple sites in a place called Alterna. Each site has tons of collectibles for players to unlock, such as Gold Records, Sardinium, locker Decorations, lore-filled Sunken Sea Scrolls, and much more. This section of our Splatoon 3 guide will cover the locations of all collectibles in the story mode, so players can achieve 100% completion without having to spend loads of time searching every nook and cranny.