Mincemeat Metalworks

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Mincemeat Metalworks

Mincemeat Metalworks

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Mincemeat Metalworks is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 3. It is a metalworks in Splatlands in what used to be an ocean that evaporated.


Squid Research Lab here with a meaty discovery - this is rare imagery of a new multiplayer stage: Mincemeat Metalworks! The facility was made FROM scrap metal in order to make MORE scrap metal. Also, there was a sea here that evaporated. Surely unrelated to heavy industry!
— @SplatoonNA on Twitter[1]
This new multiplayer stage, Mincemeat Metalworks, was made from scrap metal in order to make more scrap metal. There used to be a sea here, but it evaporated, leaving behind a wasteland.
— @NintendoEurope on Twitter[2]


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ナメロウ金属
Namerō Kinzoku
Namerō Metal
Netherlands Dutch Zilversmelt-hoogovens Argentina sphyraena blast furnaces. Pun on zilver smelt ("silver smelting").
France French Casse Rascasse Scorpionfish Scrapyard
Germany German Aalstahl-Metallwerk Eel Steel Metalworks
Italy Italian Discarica Tritatutto Landfill Shredder
Spain Spanish (NOE) Desguace Mero Mere Scapping yard
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 魚肉碎金屬
yúròu suì jīnshǔ
Minced Fish Meat Metal
South Korea Korean 나메로우 금속
namerou geumsok
Namerō Metal