Regular Battle

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Regular Battle
Turf-war-badge@2x.png
Play Turf War with players all over the world.(NA)
Turf War with players all over the world.(EU/OC)
Type Online multiplayer mode
Players 8 (4v4)
Ranked No
Weapons All
Controllers Wiiu-gamepad-icon.png GamePad
Release Date Launch
Head to Inkopolis Tower (it's the really tall one) and choose Regular Battle to get started. Playing online lets you level up and earn in-game coins for new gear.
— Splatoon's official website[1]

Regular Battle is a multiplayer mode category which is not ranked and accessible from the beginning of the game (provides one has an Internet connection), unlike its Ranked Battle counterpart. It is more casual in nature, as well.

Modes

  • Turf War: The only mode playable in a Regular Battle. Turf War battles consist of two teams of four players. Both attempt to cover the most ground with their Ink in three minutes. When the match is over, Judd will determine the winner based on coverage.

Audio

Main article: Music

Normal Music

Splatfest Music

Victory and defeat music remain unchanged for a Splatfest Battle.

Gallery

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese レギュラーマッチ
Regyurā Macchi
Regular Match
FlagMexico.svg Spanish (NOA) Combate amistoso Friendly Combat
FlagGermany.svg German Standard-kampf Standard Battle
FlagItaly.svg Italian Partita amichevole Friendly Match

References

  1. http://splatoon.nintendo.com/overview/
Modes in Splatoon
Online Regular Battle (Turf War) · Ranked Battle (Splat Zones · Tower Control · Rainmaker) · Splatfest Battle · Squad Battle · Private Battle · Recon
Local Arcade Machine · Battle Dojo · Octo Valley · amiibo