Deca Tower

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Deca Tower at the back of Inkopolis Square.

Deca Tower is the central tower in Inkopolis Square in Splatoon 2. Similar to Inkopolis Tower in Splatoon, it serves as the game's Battle Lobby.

Once inside the Deca Tower, the player can play Turf War, Private Battle, join friends, and play Ranked Battle if they have reached level 10. They can also play League Battle once they have reached the B- rank in any Ranked game mode.


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  • The name could be a reference to the decimal unit prefix of the same name which means "ten". This is also the number of tentacles a squid has.
  • Deca Tower resembles the real-life One Times Square building, which is located in New York City.
  • According to The Art of Splatoon 2, Deca Tower was built in 1904 Mollusc Era and served as the headquarters for the newspaper company ニューカラー タイムズ(JP)[a] (Nyūkarā Taimuzu / New-Color Times). Later on, fireworks and balloons were launched from the tower every New Year, which caused it to become a world-famous building.
    • This further shows Deca Tower's resemblance to the One Times Square building, as the One Times Square building was built in 1904 and originally served as the headquarters for The New York Times. It started to have a ball drop from its flagpole at midnight on New Year's Eve annually a few years later.
  • Deca Tower can be seen in Inkopolis Square in a map that appeared in a Splatoon 3 developer interview.
Deca Tower as it appears in Splatoon 3 Side Order

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese デカ・タワー
Deka Tawā
Huge Tower
Netherlands Dutch Deca-toren Deca tower
France French (NOE) Céphalotour Cephalo(pod) tower
Germany German Deka-Turm Deca Tower
Italy Italian Gran Torre Great Tower
Russia Russian Мидия-Центр
Mussel Center
Spain Spanish (NOE) Torre Pulpo Octopus Tower


  1. Japan