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Is Splatoon 3 the best part of the series?

Splatoon 3 has been well received: the game’s first ratings are even higher than its predecessors.

On September 9, it will be spray-painting and doodling again: Splatoon 3 will be released for the Nintendo Switch. Again, it’s about marking your area with lots of colour. There are also some new weapons and arenas, as well as a story mode that should be even bigger than in recent Splatoon parts. The first tests are already in place and they are very positive:

with an average of 84 in Metacritic Splatoon 3 beats Parts One and Two, which have a few fewer points. the first Splatoon I got 81 Splatoon 2 83 days sincere The game has the same score as Part 2, 83 – but there will be more tests in the next few days.

Splatoon 3 is the best entry level game

The main praise is that many of the improvements make it easier for newcomers to get started. Not much has changed in multiplayer, but matches are much smoother and easier to navigate. Also praised was the single-player campaign, which lasts about 10 hours and offers an exciting story and some innovative levels. Also, Splatoon looks better than ever with 60fps during online matches.

The lack of ideas was criticized – anyone who’s played 1 and 2 won’t find much new here. Some testers may also want more maps. However, many would like to wait a little longer to see how online multiplayer will continue.

we are from He’ll also be in one soon Twitch stream Immerse yourself in the colorful world of Splatoon 3 for a few hours – keep your eyes peeled to advertise on our site Twitter or Instagram. Those who want to test the game before buying it will soon have the opportunity: on October 1st and 2nd, Nintendo will present the game at Zurich Bob Kon Show, the first tournament will be held there as well.

Federico Gagliano

Online Editor

It was the Nintendo 64 game under the Christmas tree that sparked his continued love of video games. Since then, Federico has been involved in everything related to gaming. Only the occasional search for Playstation prizes is distracting.

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