Grizzco Industries is a company in Splatoon 2 run by Mr. Grizz. The company recruits Inklings and Octolings to participate in Salmon Runs. They collect Golden Eggs and receive various rewards depending on their performance. All employees are given an Employee Handbook to read at the beginning of their career.
The Grizzco brand produces all gear awarded in Salmon Run. It produces headgear, clothing, and shoes. Grizzco gear does not favor any secondary ability and, uniquely, comes with a random primary ability. Grizzco gear cannot be ordered from Murch.
Grizzco seems to make uniforms and safety gear as the clothes are related to companies such as Squiddor and the Juice Parka having the logo from Saltspray Rig or the headgear have the purpose of protecting a part of the head.
During the shift taking place from 16 September 2017 00:00 UTC to 17 September 2017 06:00 UTC, the weapons were randomized, and during each wave, there was a chance for players to receive a Grizzco Blaster to utilize during that wave. The randomized shift from 15 October 2017 00:00 UTC to 16 October 2017 06:00 UTC introduced the Grizzco Brella. The randomized shift from 29 April 2018 00:00 UTC to 30 April 2018 05:00 UTC introduced the Grizzco Charger. The randomized shift from 17 June 2018 00:00 UTCto 18 June 2018 12:00 UTC introduced the Grizzco Slosher.
As stated by the Squid Research Lab, these weapons belong to Mr. Grizz, who issued a statement asking workers not to steal it or alert the media to its existence, under threat of immediate termination of their employment. This may indicate that the weapons are produced illegally.
- Grizzco Industries has a Twitter account, @GrizzcoSupport, which was shown in the Splatoon 2 Nintendo Direct. It is currently protected.
Grizzco is a portmanteau of grizzly, as in grizzly bear, and Co. for company.
Names in other languages
|Mister Bear & Co.|
|Dutch||Beer & Co
Beer bv. (original trailer)
|Bear & Co
|French (NOE)||M. Ours SA||Mister Bear Corp.|
|German||Bär GmbH||Bear Ltd.|
|Italian||Ursus & Co.||From ursus, latin for bear|
|From Потап Potap, and Тапыч Tapych or Пыч Pych, Russian given names|
|Spanish||Don Oso, S.A.||Sir Bear, Inc.|