SplatNet 3

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SplatNet 3 is an online service for Splatoon 3, which contains features like checking battle records and ordering special in-game gear from the SplatNet Shop, as well as Wandercrust.[1] It is a sequel to SplatNet 2 and was announced in the Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct on 10 August 2022. Like its predecessor, it was made available through the Nintendo Switch Online app when Splatoon 3 launched. A Nintendo Switch Online membership is required to use this service.[2]


There are four main tabs, which are always accessible on the bottom of SplatNet 3: Home, Schedule, Battles, and Salmon Run.


This is the home and start-up page after opening SplatNet 3. On the top of the page, a series of changing scrolling tabs advertises Exclusive SplatNet Gear, Freshest Fits, Battle Records, and Salmon Run as well as other tabs that are time specific like Splatfest or completion specific like Wandercrust. Directly underneath is an option labeled Online, which displays the Nintendo Switch Online User Icons of the player's currently online friends. Thirteen other labeled page icons appear underneath this, with SplatNet Shop, Freshest Fits, and History having larger icons than the other ten. [2]


The SplatNet Shop is an online retail service that allows players to order special in-game gear not sold in shops using their in-game cash. This version of the gear shop hosts the The Daily Drop, and appears to have a daily stock themed after a particular gear brand. At the bottom of the page, the brand's favored ability is displayed.[2]

After ordering from SplatNet, the player may meet Murch in Splatsville or Spyke in Inkopolis Plaza to pay for the ordered gear. Unlike ordering gear from another player, gear ordered from SplatNet can be bought immediately and is kept indefinitely until purchased or removed.

Freshest Fits

This feature allows players to view their Freshest Fits. Players can edit their Freshest Fits and create new ones if they have the space.[3] While viewing a Fit, the player can see the total number of ability points granted by the gear in that Fit.[3]


This page displays the player's Splashtag, equipped weapon and gear, the date they started playing, their all-time best rank, total wins, total badges, and favorite weapons.[2]


Main article: Wandercrust
Crusty Sean's going on a journey, and the more you ink, the more points you'll get to cheer him along. Who knows, he might even bring you a souvenir!
— SplatNet 3
To all my best battered barnacles...

Wandercrust is a new milestone system where the player can support Crusty Sean on a trip and earn rewards from inking turf during battles, including special wallpapers for their smart device.[2] A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2.


This page provides access to the current catalog and the player's progress in it.


This page is related to the in-game Photo Mode. 20 photos can be stored for up to 3 months.


This page provides access to the Tournament Manager, used to facilitate easier organization of tournaments using Private Battles.

Side Order

This page shows the player's Side Order information, including previous runs, color chip usage, Palettes, and alternate, scaled-down versions of the Color-Chip Collection and Jelleton Field Guide. If the player has not begun Side Order (including if they do not own the Splatoon 3: Expansion Pass), it instead shows artwork of Agent 8 and the Pearl Drone.


This page shows the player's weapon stats, such as the number of wins, turf inked, and freshness, as well as the weapon's information, like its sub and special weapon. A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2.


This page shows the player's stage stats, including recently played stages and win percentages. A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2.


If a Splatfest has been announced by Deep Cut, a Splatfest banner is showcased on the homepage. The player can view the teams for the current Splatfest, and plan to vote for a team. Players can also see what teams their friends have voted for or plan to vote for. Splatfest stats can be viewed after it ends by going to the player's previous Splatfests.


This page shows the player's Salmon Run Next Wave high scores per stage, previous Big Run results and Eggstra Work results.

Starting from 30 November 2023, this page also shows the number of Boss Salmonids and King Salmonids defeated under the "Opponents Splatted" section.

Story Mode

This page shows the player's stats for Splatoon 3's Story Mode, including level clear times and percentage of missions cleared. A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2. Special wallpapers can be earned as rewards for 100% exploration, and for clearing the story.

View Replays

This page is related to the battle replays accessed in-game at the Lobby Terminal. 50 replays can be stored for up to 30 days.

QR Code Reader

The QR Code Reader allows users to "scan specific real-world QR codes to get special rewards," and states that "detailed information about QR code locations will be announced in the future."[4]

From within the QR Code Reader section, Splatoon 3 QR codes can be scanned with the "Use your smartphone's camera" option, or by saving the QR code to the phone and loading it with the "Scan a QR Code from a saved image" option.


This page provides access to app settings.


This tab shows the current and upcoming Regular Battle, Anarchy Battle, and Salmon Run Next Wave[4] map and mode schedules for the next 24 hours. A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2.


On this tab, detailed stats from the player's last fifty battles are displayed. At the top, the player's current win ratio and average splats, deaths, and specials are displayed. Further down is a detailed list of battles showing if the player won or lost, the stage, how many points they had, and what weapon they used, as well as the same match information for other players in the match. The list of battles is divided by what mode was played. Unlike in Splatoon 2, this information is also viewable in-game instead of exclusively available in SplatNet.[2] Furthermore, players can anonymize other player names if they want to share the battle stats by tapping on the top of the battle where the player has won or lost.

Salmon Run

This tab shows the player's Salmon Run Next Wave stats and shift information, as well as detailed stats from the player's last fifty jobs. A similar functionality was present in SplatNet 2.


Main article: List of SplatNet 3 staff

The credits are found in the Settings menu. SplatNet 3 was developed by Hatena and published by Nintendo. Every staff member is listed in the credits alongside the icon of their favorite weapon.


SRL Web Team here! We stole the tweeting device from User Interface and paused our office foosball tourney to tell you this: SplatNet 3 is rad! You can see your rank history, support Crusty Sean's Wandercrust, and more. Check it out in the Nintendo Switch Online app! Woo!
— @SplatoonNA on Twitter[5]


Names in other languages

SplatNet 3

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese イカリング3
Ikaringu 3
Squid Ring 3
Netherlands Dutch SplatNet 3 -
CanadaFrance French SplatNet 3 -
Germany German SplatNet 3 -
Italy Italian SplatNet 3 -
Russia Russian SplatNet 3 -
SpainMexico Spanish SplatNet 3 -
China Chinese (Simplified) 鱿鱼圈 3
yóuyúquān 3
鱿鱼 yóuyú ("squid"), 圈 quān ("ring") means one circle or a social network with friend zone and squid's moments. The compound 鱿鱼圈 yóuyúquān is also a culinary term for calamari.
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 魷魚圈 3
yóu yú cyuan 3
魷魚 yóu yú ("squid"), 圈 cyuan ("ring") means one circle or a social network with friend zone and squid's moments. The compound 魷魚圈 yóu yú cyuanis also a culinary term for calamari.
South Korea Korean 오징어넷 3
 Internal Trigger / SDServiceName [6]

SplatNet Shop

Language Name Meaning
France French (NOE) Céphalochic From "cephalopod" and "chic".
Italy Italian Calamazone From Calamari ("Squid") and Zone.
China Chinese (Simplified) 鱿鱼须商城
Yóuyúxū shāngchéng
Squid Whisker Mall