Stage

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Not to be confused with Octo Valley missions, Octo Canyon missions, Octo Expansion stations, Return of the Mammalians missions, Salmon Run stages or Salmon Run Next Wave stages.

Stages are arenas where battles take place in the Splatoon series' multiplayer modes.

Each stage has its own unique scenery and layout. Some stages feature mechanics that were introduced in the single-player modes.

List of Stages

The first game in the series, Splatoon, has 16 stages. The second game, Splatoon 2, has 23 standard stages, featuring 14 all-new stages and 9 stages returning from the first game. It also introduced the Shifty Station, a Splatfest-exclusive stage with 24 unique layouts that rotated between fests. Splatoon 3 has 23 total stages, with 12 new stages largely set in the Splatlands, along with 5 returning stages from Splatoon and 6 returning stages from Splatoon 2 set in Greater Inkopolis.[a]

The table is sortable, initially by order of release date across the series. Clicking "Stage" will sort by alphabetical order. Clicking the game will sort by that game's order.

Stage Description Games
Splatoon "S" icon.svg Splatoon 2 "2" icon.svg Splatoon 3 "3" icon.svg
S Stage Urchin Underpass.png
Urchin Underpass
Urchin Underpass is a stage that takes place underneath a highway overpass. It has many trees and concrete paths and was playable in the E3 2014 Splatoon demo. From 2 August 2015 to 5 August 2015, Urchin Underpass went under maintenance and during this time, the terrain was heavily edited. The stage also appears as a playable battle course in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. 28 May 2015 N/A N/A
S2 Stage Walleye Warehouse.png
Walleye Warehouse
Walleye Warehouse is a stage based around a production warehouse. It is one of the few stages where battles take place indoors and includes multiple boxes and platforms that must be avoided. This is one of the two stages that were in the Splatoon Global Testfire. 28 May 2015 15 December 2017 N/A
S Stage Saltspray Rig.png
Saltspray Rig
Saltspray Rig is a stage based around an ocean oil rig. It contains many hazards, as falling into water is fatal for Inklings. It features two main sections, with a moving crane carrying a grated platform situated in the upper section. This is one of the two stages that were in the Splatoon Global Testfire. 28 May 2015 N/A N/A
S2 Stage Arowana Mall.png
Arowana Mall
Arowana Mall is a narrow battlefield that is set at an outdoor mall, decorated with stores, plants, and advertisements. It features two lower sections and one raised section in the center of the map that connects the lower sections. 28 May 2015 2 February 2018 N/A
S2 Stage Blackbelly Skatepark.png
Blackbelly Skatepark
Blackbelly Skatepark is a stage based around a skate park. It includes a curved landscape with multiple raised locations. This is the smallest stage in the game.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, it is much wider and open than in the first game, with spawn points further back on elevated platforms that the enemy team cannot reach.
28 May 2015 28 October 2017 N/A
S2 Stage Port Mackerel.png
Port Mackerel
Port Mackerel consists of low passages and high platforms in a container yard, with forklift trucks moving along the narrow corridors. It was shown before its release in a picture from the Splatfest side selection screen and in the Official Splatoon Guide.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, its layout has been slightly modified and enhanced with sponges. The containers that used to crowd the center are absent, allowing players to climb on top of containers while still having a very close quarters area.
2 June 2015 21 July 2017 N/A
S2 Stage Kelp Dome.png
Kelp Dome
Kelp Dome is a large, indoor greenhouse with many plants and corridors, one of the few stages where battles take place indoors. It was shown in the 7 May 2015 Splatoon Nintendo Direct prior to being released.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, it features extra grates and inkable turf.
11 June 2015 16 September 2017 N/A
S3 Stage Bluefin Depot.png
Bluefin Depot
Bluefin Depot is a large, abandoned train station with crates and an elevated railroad track that is split into two sections in the center. It was shown briefly in the 7 May 2015 Splatoon Nintendo Direct. 20 June 2015 N/A 1 December 2023
S2 Stage Moray Towers.png
Moray Towers
Moray Towers takes place atop buildings, some of which are car parks, and is characterized by several ramps leading to the rooftops. It includes two large towers connected by a series of diagonal ramps which meet together in a central area. This stage was first shown in the North American Splatfest announcement video. The stage also appears as a playable stage in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, it has been enhanced with several new inkrails which help short-range weapons counter chargers more easily. There has also been some more ground added, making falling off more difficult than before. This was one of the stages in the Splatfest World Premiere.
11 July 2015 21 July 2017 N/A
S2 Stage Camp Triggerfish.png
Camp Triggerfish
Camp Triggerfish takes place in a large, outdoor arena that appears to be a summer camp. It includes hazardous water areas and elevation changes. This stage was first shown in the E3 2014 trailer and official screenshots. In Turf War, when there is only one minute left in the match, floodgates at the right of the spawn close, allowing players to access the enemy base and attack from a new angle.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, the two floodgates in the spawn area have been merged into one, and the area above has been widened. Although the floodgate still comes down at one minute remaining, inkrails and sponges have been added to make getting to the other side easier.
24 July 2015 25 April 2018 N/A
S3 Stage Flounder Heights.png
Flounder Heights
Flounder Heights consists of the top of an apartment complex, with multiple raised platforms, a wire floor, and a pair of doors. This stage was briefly shown in the 24 July 2015 Japanese Splatoon trailer detailing future updates, as well was shown with the release of Rainmaker mode.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, the elevation of the stage has been reduced by a story. The stage was announced to return on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct, and was shown again on November 14, 2022, during the Chill Season 2022 announcement trailer.
20 August 2015 N/A 1 December 2022

S3 Stage Hammerhead Bridge.png
Hammerhead Bridge
Hammerhead Bridge takes place on a suspension bridge under construction. It has a variety of raised and lowered platforms all throughout the bridge. A grated walkway runs through the center of the map, allowing diverse gameplay on both the high and low ground. This stage was briefly shown in the 24 July 2015 Japanese Splatoon trailer detailing future updates.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, construction is complete, giving Hammerhead Bridge an upper layer (or "ceiling"). The grates have also been replaced with concrete, and the general elevation has been lowered. This stage was announced to return on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct.
18 September 2015 N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Museum d'Alfonsino.png
Museum d'Alfonsino
Museum d'Alfonsino takes place in an open art museum with many rotating platforms. The stage was leaked in the SplatNet stage schedule at 18:00 UTC on 12 November 2015 and was formally announced in the Nintendo Direct later that day.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, the central rotating platform has been lowered, and the rotating platforms near spawn have been removed. This stage was first shown to return during the second Splatoon 3 trailer.[1]
14 November 2015 N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Mahi-Mahi Resort.png
Mahi-Mahi Resort
Mahi-Mahi Resort takes place in a squid-shaped swimming pool next to a resort in greater Inkopolis. In the latter half of a Regular battle, Splat Zones, or Rainmaker match, the water level will drop, revealing more turf to ink. It was first revealed in the 12 November 2015 Nintendo Direct alongside Museum d'Alfonsino. It is the second stage to have a changing element after Camp Triggerfish.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, the stage has been modified to a more narrow layout. The stage was confirmed to return on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct.
4 December 2015 N/A 9 September 2022
S2 Stage Piranha Pit.png
Piranha Pit
This stage was first revealed on 16 December 2015. It appears to be a mining facility, sporting a unique mechanic with moving conveyor belt floors, giving it the largest potentially inkable area.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, the two conveyor belts in the middle have been moved further apart, and sponges have been added near the end of the conveyor belts in front of the spawns.
29 December 2015 31 March 2018 N/A
S2 Stage Ancho-V Games.png
Ancho-V Games
This stage was first revealed on 16 December 2015. It is a video game studio that contains a propeller lift mechanic, much like the ones seen in Octo Valley. It was confirmed to be the last stage for Splatoon. It is one of the few stages located indoors.

Upon returning in Splatoon 2, it features even more propeller platforms as well as new sponges.
22 January 2016 1 August 2018 N/A
S2 Stage The Reef.png
The Reef
This is a popular spot to hang out while not in battle. The Reef was the first stage shown off for Splatoon 2, and was the only stage playable in the Switch Presentation Demo. The area under the bridge also counts towards the overall turf count, a series first. N/A 21 July 2017 N/A
S2 Stage Musselforge Fitness.png
Musselforge Fitness
A stage based off a gym featuring an extensive rock climbing wall that extends over the stage. It features many rough slopes that are located throughout. Along with The Reef, this stage was playable in the Global Testfire. N/A 21 July 2017 N/A
S2 Stage Starfish Mainstage.png
Starfish Mainstage
A stage based off a concert venue. This stage has many tight corners, slopes and obstacles, especially in the centre. This was one of the stages in the Splatfest World Premiere. N/A 21 July 2017 N/A
S3 Stage Humpback Pump Track.png
Humpback Pump Track
A stage based off an indoor BMX track, located in Inkopolis, with lots of curvy ups and downs. This stage uses more abstract shapes in the center to make it harder to interact with the other enemies. This was one of the stages in the Splatfest World Premiere.

It was shown to be coming back to Splatoon 3 in the Sizzle Season 2023 announcement.
N/A 21 July 2017 1 June 2023
S3 Stage Inkblot Art Academy.png
Inkblot Art Academy
A stage based off an outdoor art school. It has varying levels, the highest being near the spawn points and the lowest being on the wings. This was one of the stages in the Splatfest World Premiere. It has artwork displayed around the stage like Museum d'Alfonsino. N/A 21 July 2017 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Sturgeon Shipyard.png
Sturgeon Shipyard
A stage based on a shipyard. It features bridges that are raised and lowered throughout the course of the battle.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, the spawn region has lost inkable turf, but extra spawn areas were placed in small sidings near the center of the stage. This was shown when the stage was used to showcase the special Tricolor Turf War mode available during Splatfest. The stage was announced to return on August 10, 2022 during the Splatoon 3 Direct.
N/A 21 July 2017 9 September 2022
S2 Stage Shifty Station.png
Shifty Station
A stage set in an Octarian dome. This stage is exclusive to Splatfests and its layout changes in between the events. Each layout prominently features one or more of the mechanics from Octo Canyon. N/A 4 August 2017 N/A
S3 Stage Manta Maria.png
Manta Maria
A stage set on a large boat in Inkopolis. There are gridded platforms around the masts, allowing long-range weapons like chargers to keep control of large areas.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, the stage now features an Inkrail and some other minimal terrain changes near the spawn areas and in the center. It was shown off in the Fresh Season 2023 announcement.
N/A 26 August 2017 1 March 2023
S2 Stage Snapper Canal.png
Snapper Canal
A stage set in a suburban area. A river flows through the middle of the stage. The stage is square-shaped, large and open. N/A 6 October 2017 N/A
S3 Stage MakoMart.png
MakoMart
MakoMart features a supermarket type environment, having many elevated platforms with often-inkable walls for players to stand on.

Upon returning in Splatoon 3, an additional inkrail on the left near each spawn has been added. The stage was announced to return on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct. The icon used in this Direct appeared to be the Splatfest variation of the stage, taking place in a darker version of the stage.
N/A 25 November 2017 9 September 2022
S2 Stage Shellendorf Institute.png
Shellendorf Institute
A stage set inside a history museum. Shellendorf Institute features an upper platform of glass ceiling with barely inkable spots. N/A 12 January 2018 N/A
S2 Stage Goby Arena.png
Goby Arena
A stage set in a basketball arena during the off-season. The center area is large and open, with pillars with hoops that play a tactical role in control of the stage. N/A 2 March 2018 N/A
S3 Stage Wahoo World.png
Wahoo World
Wahoo World is based on an amusement park. It has moving platforms in and around the center and bridges that expand and contract at thirty-second intervals.

In Splatoon 3, the stage was used to showcase the Salmon Run Next Wave mode Big Run in which Salmonids invade Splatsville. The stage was announced to return on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct.
N/A 1 June 2018 9 September 2022
S2 Stage New Albacore Hotel.png
New Albacore Hotel
New Albacore Hotel is based on a pool at a hotel. There are various drops that lead to water and the stage is very open. N/A 1 July 2018 N/A
S2 Stage Skipper Pavilion.png
Skipper Pavilion
Based on a traditional Japanese theater, Skipper Pavilion is a laterally-symmetrical stage. The spawn is located on elevated platforms which go all the way down to the center. This stage was the last to be released in Splatoon 2.[2] N/A 3 October 2018 N/A
S3 Stage Scorch Gorge.png
Scorch Gorge
Scorch Gorge is a stage set in a desert wasteland. The area is designated as a national park and is quite popular. It features a large climbable pillar in the center, connecting it to other platforms with grates. It was first shown during the combat section of the first Splatoon 3 trailer.[3] N/A N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Eeltail Alley.png
Eeltail Alley
Eeltail Alley is a stage set in the center of an old neighborhood, and a popular hangout spot for the youth of Splatsville. A walkway spans the stage, creating distinctive upper and lower layers. This stage was first shown during the second Splatoon 3 trailer.[1] N/A N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Hagglefish Market.png
Hagglefish Market
Hagglefish Market is a stage based on a busy pier with vendors selling many types of seafood and goods. The stage includes Inkrails and was first seen on 10 August 2022 during the Splatoon 3 Direct. N/A N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Undertow Spillway.png
Undertow Spillway
Undertow Spillway is a stage based in an underground flood bypass deep under Splatsville. It features several pillars for cover, grate and glass walkways as well as small, rapid height changes with many ramps. This stage was first shown through a Tweet on 17 June 2022.[4] N/A N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Mincemeat Metalworks.png
Mincemeat Metalworks
Mincemeat Metalworks is a stage based in a metal scrapyard of an abandoned cargo ship, once in the ocean before the water evaporated. This stage was first shown through a Tweet on 4 July 2022.[5] N/A N/A 9 September 2022
S3 Stage Brinewater Springs.png
Brinewater Springs
Brinewater Springs is set in an urban area with Japanese temple styled architecture, similar to that of Skipper Pavillion. The stage was announced on November 14, 2022 in the Chill Season 2022 announcement trailer. N/A N/A 1 December 2022
S3 Stage Um'ami Ruins.png
Um'ami Ruins
Um'ami Ruins is set at an archeological dig site in ancient ruins. The stage was announced on August 10, 2022 in the Splatoon 3 Direct and was added in Version 3.0.0 along with Fresh Season 2023. N/A N/A 1 March 2023
S3 Stage Barnacle & Dime.png
Barnacle & Dime
Barnacle & Dime is a stage set over a large fountain in a shopping mall. It was first shown off in the Sizzle Season 2023 announcement trailer. N/A N/A 1 June 2023
S3 Stage Crableg Capital.png
Crableg Capital
Crableg Capital is a stage set on a skyscraper that is under construction. It was first shown off in the Drizzle Season 2023 announcement. N/A N/A 1 September 2023
S3 Stage Shipshape Cargo Co..png
Shipshape Cargo Co.
Shipshape Cargo Co. is a stage set on a large cargo ship. It was first shown off in the Drizzle Season 2023 announcement. N/A N/A 1 September 2023
S3 Stage Robo ROM-en.png
Robo ROM-en
Robo ROM-en is a stage set inside a ramen restaurant. It was first shown off in the Chill Season 2023 announcement. N/A N/A 1 December 2023

Marlin Airport
Marlin Airport is a stage set in the airfield of a large airport. Like Ancho-V Games, it features propeller lifts. It was first shown off in the Fresh Season 2024 announcement. N/A N/A 1 March 2024

Stage data

By analyzing the percentages given out by Judd at the end of a match, it is possible to know what a level's inkable surface area is. For instance, at the end of a match, if one team gets 400 Battle Points and the other gets 600 (for a total of 1000 points of turf inked), and the percentages for each are 33.3% and 50%, respectively, that means the stage's total possible turf area is 1200 points (400 * (1 / 0.333) = 600 * (1 / 0.5) = 1200).

However, since the display is rounded down, the result may sometimes be ambiguous and multiple results need to be intersected to reach the exact number. For example, for 600p and 50%, any total in the range 1198-1200p would result in 50.0% when rounding down to 0.1% - but if another result was collected showing that 751p is 62.5% (possible totals: 1200-1201p), the only possible value that satisfies both is exactly 1200p. Calculating using the total (in the example above, (400 + 600) * (1 / (0.333 + 0.5)) ) should be avoided, as it doubles the margin of error and could give even less accurate results.

Splatoon stages

Name Release Inkable area
Urchin Underpass 28 May 2015 ~2,465p
Walleye Warehouse 28 May 2015 ~1,600p
Saltspray Rig 28 May 2015 ~1,900p
Arowana Mall 28 May 2015 ~2,021p
Blackbelly Skatepark 28 May 2015 ~1,528p
Port Mackerel 2 June 2015 ~1,854p
Kelp Dome 11 June 2015 ~2,125p
Bluefin Depot 20 June 2015 ~1,665p
Moray Towers 11 July 2015 ~1,760p
Camp Triggerfish 24 July 2015 ~2,316p
Flounder Heights 20 August 2015 ~2,375p
Hammerhead Bridge 18 September 2015 ~2,100p
Museum d'Alfonsino 14 November 2015 ~2,443p
Mahi-Mahi Resort 4 December 2015 ~1,948p
Piranha Pit 29 December 2015 ~3,127p
Ancho-V Games 22 January 2016 ~2,293p

Splatoon 2 stages

Name Release Inkable area
The Reef 21 July 2017 ~2,908p
Musselforge Fitness 21 July 2017 ~1,958p
Starfish Mainstage 21 July 2017 ~2,320p
Humpback Pump Track 21 July 2017 ~2,248p
Inkblot Art Academy 21 July 2017 ~2,468p
Moray Towers 21 July 2017 ~2,212p
Port Mackerel 21 July 2017 ~2,457p
Sturgeon Shipyard 21 July 2017 ~2,356p
Manta Maria 26 August 2017 ~2,356p
Kelp Dome 16 September 2017 ~2,147p
Snapper Canal 6 October 2017 ~2,247p
Blackbelly Skatepark 28 October 2017 ~2,583p
MakoMart 25 November 2017 ~2,167p
Walleye Warehouse 15 December 2017 ~1,632p
Shellendorf Institute 12 January 2018 ~2,052p
Arowana Mall 2 February 2018 ~2,391p
Goby Arena 2 March 2018 ~2,221p
Piranha Pit 31 March 2018 ~3,081p
Camp Triggerfish 25 April 2018 ~2,338p
Wahoo World 1 June 2018 ~2,858p
New Albacore Hotel 1 July 2018 ~2,405p
Ancho-V Games 1 August 2018 ~2,642p
Skipper Pavilion 3 October 2018 ~2,439p

Splatoon 2 Shifty Station stages

Name Release Inkable area
Wayslide Cool 4 August 2017 ~2,011p
The Secret of S.P.L.A.T. 1 September 2017 ~1,885p
Goosponge 9 September 2017 ~1,900p
Windmill House on the Pearlie 13 October 2017 ~2,061p
Fancy Spew 9 December 2017 ~2,455p
Zone of Glass 13 January 2018 ~2,027p
Cannon Fire Pearl 3 February 2018 ~2,390p
The Bunker Games 3 March 2018 ~2,770p
Grapplink Girl 24 March 2018 ~2,199p
Zappy Longshocking 21 April 2018 ~2,185p
A Swiftly Tilting Balance 18 May 2018 ~2,300p
Sweet Valley Tentacles 21 July 2018 ~2,593p
The Switches 18 August 2018 ~2,360p
The Bouncey Twins 22 September 2018 ~1,783p
Railway Chillin' 19 October 2018 ~2,188p
Gusher Towns 10 November 2018 ~2,297p
The Maze Dasher 15 December 2018 ~2,327p
Flooders in the Attic 4 January 2019 ~2,254p
The Splat in our Zones 2 February 2019 ~2,583p
The Ink is Spreading 16 March 2019 ~2,259p
Bridge to Tentaswitchia 19 April 2019 ~2,832p
The Chronicles of Rolonium 11 May 2019 ~2,059p
Furler in the Ashes 15 June 2019 ~2,375p
MC.Princess Diaries 20 July 2019 ~2,743p

Splatoon 3 stages

Name Release Inkable area
Scorch Gorge 9 September 2022 ~2,142p
Eeltail Alley 9 September 2022 ~2,766p
Hagglefish Market 9 September 2022 ~2,629p
Undertow Spillway 9 September 2022 ~2,440p
Mincemeat Metalworks 9 September 2022 ~2,289p
Hammerhead Bridge 9 September 2022 ~2,501p
Museum d'Alfonsino 9 September 2022 ~2,333p
Mahi-Mahi Resort 9 September 2022 ~2,245p
Inkblot Art Academy 9 September 2022 ~2,590p
Sturgeon Shipyard 9 September 2022 ~2,989p
MakoMart 9 September 2022 ~2,276p
Wahoo World 9 September 2022 ~3,048p
Brinewater Springs 1 December 2022 ~2,058p
Flounder Heights 1 December 2022 ~2,588p
Um'ami Ruins 1 March 2023 ~2,020p
Manta Maria 1 March 2023 ~2,771p
Barnacle & Dime 1 June 2023 ~2,240p
Humpback Pump Track 1 June 2023 ~2,306p
Crableg Capital 1 September 2023 ~2,155p
Shipshape Cargo Co. 1 September 2023 ~2,413p
Robo ROM-en 1 December 2023 ~2,396p
Bluefin Depot 1 December 2023 ~2,198p
Marlin Airport 1 March 2024

Splatoon 3 Tricolor Turf War stages

Main article: Tricolor Turf War
Name Splatfest Inkable area
Sturgeon Shipyard 1. Rock vs. Paper vs. Scissors ~2,250p
3. Grass vs. Fire vs. Water
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,272p
Hammerhead Bridge 2. Gear vs. Grub vs. Fun
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,453p
Undertow Spillway 4. Spicy vs. Sweet vs. Sour
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,175p
Mincemeat Metalworks 5. Dark Chocolate vs. Milk Chocolate vs. White Chocolate
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~1,736p
MakoMart 6. Nessie vs. Aliens vs. Bigfoot
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,050p
Scorch Gorge 7. Power vs. Wisdom vs. Courage
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~1,449p
Barnacle & Dime 8. Vanilla vs. Strawberry vs. Mint Chip
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,028p
Eeltail Alley 9. Money vs. Fame vs. Love
10. Shiver vs. Frye vs. Big Man
~2,822p
Brinewater Springs 11. Zombie vs. Skeleton vs. Ghost
Manta Maria 12. Handshake vs. Fistbump vs. Hug
12. Kaiten-yaki vs. Ōban-yaki vs. Imagawa-yaki
Crableg Capital 13. Friends vs. Family vs. Solo
Bluefin Depot 14. Friday vs. Saturday vs. Sunday

14. Red Bean Paste vs. Custard vs. Whipped Cream

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Trivia

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japan Japanese ステージ
sutēji
Stage
Netherlands Dutch Level Level
Canada French (NOA) Carte Map
France French (NOE) Stage Stage
Germany German Arena Arena
Italy Italian Scenario Scenery
Russia Russian Арена (Splatoon 2 & 3)
Arena
Уровень (Splatoon[6])
Uroven'
Arena

Level
SpainMexico Spanish Escenario Stage
China Chinese (Simplified) 场地
chǎng dì (Mandarin)
Site
Hong Kong Chinese (Traditional) 場地
chǎng dì (Mandarin)
Site
South Korea Korean 스테이지
seuteiji
Stage
Norway Norwegian Arena (Splatoon 2)
Brett (Splatoon 3)
Arena

Board
Portugal Portuguese Cenário[7] Scenery

Notes

  1. as of Drizzle Season 2023

References

Multiplayer stages in Splatoon
S Stage Ancho-V Games.png
Ancho-V Games
S Stage Arowana Mall.png
Arowana Mall
S Stage Blackbelly Skatepark.png
Blackbelly Skatepark
S Stage Bluefin Depot.png
Bluefin Depot
S Stage Camp Triggerfish.png
Camp Triggerfish
S Stage Flounder Heights.png
Flounder Heights
S Stage Hammerhead Bridge.png
Hammerhead Bridge
S Stage Kelp Dome.png
Kelp Dome
S Stage Mahi-Mahi Resort.png
Mahi-Mahi Resort
S Stage Moray Towers.png
Moray Towers
S Stage Museum d'Alfonsino.png
Museum d'Alfonsino
S Stage Piranha Pit.png
Piranha Pit
S Stage Port Mackerel.png
Port Mackerel
S Stage Saltspray Rig.png
Saltspray Rig
S Stage Urchin Underpass.png
Urchin Underpass
S Stage Walleye Warehouse.png
Walleye Warehouse
Multiplayer stages in Splatoon 2
S2 Stage Ancho-V Games.png
Ancho-V Games
S2 Stage Arowana Mall.png
Arowana Mall
S2 Stage Blackbelly Skatepark.png
Blackbelly Skatepark
S2 Stage Camp Triggerfish.png
Camp Triggerfish
S2 Stage Goby Arena.png
Goby Arena
S2 Stage Humpback Pump Track.png
Humpback Pump Track
S2 Stage Inkblot Art Academy.png
Inkblot Art Academy
S2 Stage Kelp Dome.png
Kelp Dome
S2 Stage MakoMart.png
MakoMart
S2 Stage Manta Maria.png
Manta Maria
S2 Stage Moray Towers.png
Moray Towers
S2 Stage Musselforge Fitness.png
Musselforge Fitness
S2 Stage New Albacore Hotel.png
New Albacore Hotel
S2 Stage Piranha Pit.png
Piranha Pit
S2 Stage Port Mackerel.png
Port Mackerel
S2 Stage Shellendorf Institute.png
Shellendorf Institute
S2 Stage Shifty Station.png
Shifty Station
S2 Stage Skipper Pavilion.png
Skipper Pavilion
S2 Stage Snapper Canal.png
Snapper Canal
S2 Stage Starfish Mainstage.png
Starfish Mainstage
S2 Stage Sturgeon Shipyard.png
Sturgeon Shipyard
S2 Stage The Reef.png
The Reef
S2 Stage Wahoo World.png
Wahoo World
S2 Stage Walleye Warehouse.png
Walleye Warehouse
Multiplayer stages in Splatoon 3
S3 Stage Barnacle & Dime.png
Barnacle & Dime
S3 Stage Bluefin Depot.png
Bluefin Depot
S3 Stage Brinewater Springs.png
Brinewater Springs
S3 Stage Crableg Capital.png
Crableg Capital
S3 Stage Eeltail Alley.png
Eeltail Alley
S3 Stage Flounder Heights.png
Flounder Heights
S3 Stage Hagglefish Market.png
Hagglefish Market
S3 Stage Hammerhead Bridge.png
Hammerhead Bridge
S3 Stage Humpback Pump Track.png
Humpback Pump Track
S3 Stage Inkblot Art Academy.png
Inkblot Art Academy
S3 Stage Mahi-Mahi Resort.png
Mahi-Mahi Resort
S3 Stage MakoMart.png
MakoMart
S3 Stage Manta Maria.png
Manta Maria
S3 Stage Mincemeat Metalworks.png
Mincemeat Metalworks
S3 Stage Museum d'Alfonsino.png
Museum d'Alfonsino
S3 Stage Robo ROM-en.png
Robo ROM-en
S3 Stage Scorch Gorge.png
Scorch Gorge
S3 Stage Shipshape Cargo Co..png
Shipshape Cargo Co.
S3 Stage Sturgeon Shipyard.png
Sturgeon Shipyard
S3 Stage Um'ami Ruins.png
Um'ami Ruins
S3 Stage Undertow Spillway.png
Undertow Spillway
S3 Stage Wahoo World.png
Wahoo World