Splatfest Power

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The Splatfest Power of one's team is shown before battle.

Splatfest Power is a feature introduced in Version 2.6.0 that replaces the Vibe meter during Splatfest.

The concept of Power has also been extended in Splatoon 2 to apply to Ranked Battles and League Battles, and works similarly to how Splatfest Power works in the original game.



  • During Splatfests what was previously the Vibe Meter will now display your Splatfest Power.
    • Initial Splatfest Power level depends upon your current Ranked Battle rank.
    • Splatfest Power level will change depending on wins or losses during Splatfest Battles.
    • The player with the highest Splatfest Power on the winning team will receive a slightly larger boost to their Splatfest Power than their teammates after the match.
    • At the end of a match, your team is ranked according to your current Splatfest Power level.
  • Until now, Splatfest matchmaking favored grouping players with similar play styles. Players will now be more likely to play with those of similar Splatfest Power level.
  • The higher a team’s average Splatfest Power level, the more Splatfest Points they will earn after winning.

At the top left corner of the box showing the player's Splatfest Power is a pair of eyes representing the Squid Sister they have sided with: players on Callie's team see scowling eyes, and those on Marie's team see more laid-back eyes. Both versions have their signature pupils, but with a dark red color instead of the usual gold.

Initial Power

Approximate Rank Initial Splatfest Power
Below Level 10
B 1200
A 1400
S 1600
S+ 1700
English promo for the Splatfest Top 100.

Splatfest Top 100

For each Splatfest, 100 players on each team with the highest Splatfest Power will be featured in the Splatfest Top 100. This equates to 200 players in total, with 100 from each side. On Splatnet, the player is able to see the Splatfest Power ranking of their friends, and those currently in the Splatfest Top 100 have a small trophy next to their name. The full 200-player rankings are not available on Splatnet but will be posted online once the event has ended. For North American Splatfests they are at Live from Squid Research Lab, for Europe and Oceania they are at SplatoonUK, and for Japan they are on the official Splatoon website.

Past Splatfest Top 100 rankings

See also: Splatfest/Gallery#Splatfest Top 100

FlagUSA.svg North America

FlagEurope.svg Europe and Oceania

FlagJapan.svg Japan

Version history


  • Changed the initial Splatfest Power value for rank S+.


  • The promotional images for Splatfest Power show the Cats vs. Dogs and Rice vs. Bread Splatfest Tees and Ink colors despite it having not existed when they were used.


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
FlagJapan.svg Japanese フェスパワー
Fesu Pawā
Fes (Short for Festival) Power
FlagItaly.svg Italian Energia Energy
FlagMexico.svg Spanish (NOA) Fuerza (Fza.) Force