Scorch Gorge

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Scorch Gorge

Scorch Gorge

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Scorch Gorge is a multiplayer stage in Splatoon 3.

Layout

Scorch Gorge is a stage located in a deserted wasteland (presumably within the Splatlands). The center of the stage contains a climbable platform connected with grates to other platforms.

Description

The stage looks somewhat similar to the Rainmaker variant of Piranha Pit, with the general shape, color, and placement of certain platforms. There are two poles next to the center of the stage on top of elevated platforms, both with dome-like shapes on top of each platform and two other poles, both having a big fish skeleton on top of each one. The map seems to have a fair amount of elevation as well, with multiple towers that are constantly taken advantage of in the Splatoon 3 trailer, as seen by the users of the Hydra Splatling and Tri-Stringer. In-game mechanics, such as sponges and Inkrails, do not seem to be included in the stage.

Gallery

Trivia

  • The stage is a designated National Park.
  • The oddly shaped stone pillars in the background were once underwater hydrothermal vents that appear on land due to changes in the planet's surface.
  • Traditional spawn points can be seen, but concealed in a tarp and not confirmed to be usable.
  • The game "Bugsnax" features an area in the game of a similar name, known as Scorched Gorge. This area looks very similar to Scorch Gorge.

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ユノハナ大渓谷
yunohana daikeikoku
Yunohana Crab Gorge
Netherlands Dutch Roggentrog Ray Trench
France French (NOE) Canyon aux colonnes Column Canyon
Germany German Sengkluft Scorching Rift
Italy Italian Grank Canyon
Russia Russian Опаленное ущелье
Opalennoye ushchel'ye
Scorched gorge
Spain Spanish (NOE) Desfiladero Fumarola Fumarole Gorge
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 溫泉花大峽谷
wēn quán huā dà xiá gǔ (Mandarin)
South Korea Korean 석순 대협곡
seoksun daehyeopgok
Stalagmite Gorge

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