Regular Battle

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Regular Battle
S2 Icon Regular Battle.svg
Play Turf War with players all over the world.(NA)[a]
Turf War with players all over the world.(EU/OC)[b]
Type Online multiplayer mode
Players 8 (4v4)
Ranked No
Weapons All
Controllers Gamepad GamePad Nintendo Switch Joy-Con with grip.png Joy-Con Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.png Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
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 one of the four multiplayer mode categories in the Splatoon series, alongside Ranked Battle, Squad Battle or League Battle, and Private Battle.

In both Splatoon and Splatoon 2, Regular Battle is accessible from the beginning of the game and has no ranking system used for matchmaking, meaning it is more casual in nature. During Splatfests, it is replaced by Splatfest Battle.

Modes

  • Turf War: The only mode playable in a Regular Battle. Turf War battles consist of two teams of four players each. Both attempt to cover the most ground with their team's colored ink in three minutes. When the match is over, Judd determines the winner based on the amount of covered ground.

Audio

Main article: Music

Splatoon

Splatfest music

Victory and defeat music remain unchanged for a Splatfest Battle.

Splatoon 2

Splatfest music

Splatoon 3

Splatfest music

Gallery

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese レギュラーマッチ
regyurā matchi
Regular Match
Netherlands Dutch Standaardgevecht (Splatoon 2 & 3)
Normaal gevecht (Splatoon[2])
Standard battle
Normal battle
Canada and France French Match classique Classic match
Germany German Standard-kampf Standard Battle
Italy Italian Partita amichevole Friendly Match
Russia Russian Бой салаг
Boy salag
Beginner battle
Spain Spanish Combate amistoso Friendly Combat
China Chinese (Simplified) 一般比赛
yībān bǐsài (Mandarin)
General Game
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 一般比賽
yībān bǐsài (Mandarin)
General Game
South Korea Korean 레귤러 매치
regyulleo maechi
Regular Match
Portugal Portuguese Batalha normal[3] Normal battle

Notes

  1. North America
  2. Europe and Oceania

References