Locker room

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One of the example lockers shown, featuring clothing, shelves, and decorative items

The locker room is a Splatoon 3 feature located in the Battle Lobby to the right of the battle kettle and under the second story. This area contains three walls of customizable lockers, with one belonging to the player and others belonging to players they've recently played with, friends, and lockers that have been deemed very 'fresh'.

The locker room doors are blacked out from a distance as well as before they are unlocked by the player to reduce items being rendered. After reaching level 4, the player can enter the locker room and interact with their locker by pressing . When queuing for a match, the player can still enter the room, but they cannot open any lockers.


Main article: List of locker customizations in Splatoon 3

Decorations, weapons, including main weapons and sub weapons, gear, and different types of shelving can be placed in the player's personal locker. Stickers can be placed on the back wall as well as the inside and outside panels of the door. The default color for a locker is grey, but new colors, decorations and stickers can be purchased at Hotlantis.

Raising a weapon's Freshness can unlock displayable weapons and special stickers. Earning fish scales in Salmon Run Next Wave and spending cash or conch shells at the Shell-Out Machine can also unlock items for lockers.[1] Photos taken in Photo Mode can be displayed in a photo frame. Playing through the Splatoon 3 story mode and finding loot anchors may reward players with special decorations, while uncovering Sunken Scrolls will unlock special stickers. The player may own multiple of most locker-related items, such as decorations, stickers, and sub weapons, allowing them to place many of the same item in their locker; the owned quantity of an item is shown in the menu.

While customizing a locker, an item can be grabbed with and rotated freely with , , , , and . Items within lockers have physics and may fall over if dropped inside. Multiple items can be grabbed by holding . Up and down on the are used to zoom. opens the menu of owned items, which has separate tabs for decorations, weapons, headgear, clothing, shoes, shelves, and type of locker.[2][3]

There are three sizes of locker, with the player's locker size depending on their level. Players start with a small-sized locker at level 4 that increases to a medium size upon reaching Level 15, and its maximum large size upon reaching Level 30.


Speaking of sports, let's check out the new locker room! Given the focus on fashion in the Splatlands, these lockers aren't just for storage. Folks trick them out with gear, stickers, and other decor. Is the Fashion Desk jealous? We did see them shopping for stickers online...
— @SplatoonNA on Twitter[4]


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ロッカールーム
Rokkā Rūmu
Locker room
Netherlands Dutch Kluisjes Lockers
Canada and France French Vestiaire Locker room
Germany German Spindhalle Locker-Hall
Spain Spanish Sala de taquillas Room of lockers