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Not to be confused with Octo Valley missions.

Stages (also referred to as Maps) are arenas that are playable in Splatoon's modes.

Splatoon

Stages are sorted by release date.

Urchin Underpass

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 Demo.

From August 2nd to 5th, Urchin Underpass went under maintenance and during this time the terrain was heavily edited.

Urchin Underpass also appears as a Battle Mode arena, alongside an Inkling Girl and Inkling Boy, in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch.

Release Date: Initial Release

Walleye Warehouse

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 was in the Splatoon Global Testfire.

Release Date: Initial Release

Saltspray Rig

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 was in the Splatoon Global Testfire.

Release Date: Initial Release

Arowana Mall

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.

Release Date: Initial Release

Blackbelly Skatepark

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.

Release Date: Initial Release

Port Mackerel

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.

Release Date: June 2, 2015

Kelp Dome

Kelp Dome

Kelp Dome is a large, indoor greenhouse with many plants and corridors, it is one of the few stages where battles take place indoors. It was shown in the May 7, 2015 Splatoon Nintendo Direct prior to being released.

Release Date: June 10, 2015

Bluefin Depot

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 May 7, 2015 Splatoon Nintendo Direct.

Release Date: June 20, 2015

Moray Towers

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.

Release Date: July 11, 2015

Camp Triggerfish

Camp Triggerfish

Camp Triggerfish takes place in a large, outdoor arena that appears to be a summer camp, and it is referred to as such by the Squid Sisters. 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 the floodgates at the right of the spawn close, allowing players to access the enemy base and attack from a new angle.

Release Date: July 24, 2015

Flounder Heights

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 July 24th Japanese Splatoon trailer detailing future updates, as well was shown with the release of Rainmaker mode.

Release Date: August 20, 2015

Hammerhead Bridge

Hammerhead Bridge

Hammehead Bridge takes place on a suspension bridge under construction. It has a 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 July 24th Japanese Splatoon trailer detailing future updates.

Release Date: September 18, 2015

Museum d'Alfonsino

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 13:00 EST on November 12, 2015 and was formally announced at the Nintendo Direct later that day.

Release Date: November 13, 2015

Mahi-Mahi Resort

Mahi-Mahi Resort

Mahi-Mahi Resort takes place in a squid-shaped swimming pool next to a resort. 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 November 12, 2015 Nintendo Direct alongside Museum d'Alfonsino. It is the second stage to have a changing element, the first being Camp Triggerfish.

Release Date: December 4, 2015

Piranha Pit

Piranha Pit

This stage was first revealed on December 16, 2015. It appears to be a mining facility, sporting a unique mechanic with moving conveyor belt floors.

Release Date: December 29, 2015

Ancho-V Games

Ancho-V Games

This stage was first revealed on December 16, 2015. It is a video game studio. It contains a propeller lift mechanic much like the ones seen in Octo Valley. It was confirmed to be the last stage for Splatoon.[1]

Release Date: January 22, 2016

Splatoon 2

Splatoon 2 has all-new stages with some returning stages as well.

The Reef

The Reef

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.

Release Date: Initial Release

Musselforge Fitness

Musselforge Fitness

A stage based off a gym featuring an extensive rock climbing wall that extends over the map.

Release Date: Initial Release

Starfish Mainstage

Starfish Mainstage

A stage based off a concert venue. The translated Japanese name is "Longspine Urchin Outskirts Concert Hall."

Release Date: Initial Release

Humpback Pump Track

Humpback Pump Track

A stage based off an indoor BMX track, with lots of curvy ups and downs.

Release Date: Initial Release

Inkblot Art Academy

Inkblot Art Academy

A stage based off an outdoor art school. It has artwork displayed around the stage like Museum d'Alfonsino.

Release Date: Initial Release

Moray Towers

Moray Towers

Returning from the first game, it has been enhanced with at least 4 new Inkrails.

Release Date: Initial Release

Port Mackerel

Port Mackerel

Returning from the first game, its layout has been slightly modified and it has been enhanced with Sponge Blocks.

Release Date: Initial Release

Sturgeon Shipyard

Sturgeon Shipyard

A stage based on a shipyard. It features bridges that are raised and lowered throughout the course of the battle.

Release Date: Initial Release

Shifty Station

Shifty Station

A stage set in an Octarian Dome. This stage is exclusive to Splatfest, and its layout changes in between the events.

Release Date: August 4, 2017

Manta Maria

Manta Maria

A stage set on a large boat.

Release Date: August 25, 2017

Kelp Dome

Kelp Dome

Returning from the first game, featuring extra grates and turf.

Release Date: September 16, 2017

Snapper Canal

Snapper Canal

A stage set in a suburban area. A river flows through the middle of the stage.

Release Date: October 6, 2017

Stage Data

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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 (for a total of 83.3%), that means the stage's total possible turf area is 1200 points (1000 * (1 / 0.833) = 1200).

Splatoon stages

Name Release Inkable area
Urchin Underpass 28 May 2015 2465
Walleye Warehouse 28 May 2015 1600
Saltspray Rig 28 May 2015 1900
Arowana Mall 28 May 2015 2021
Blackbelly Skatepark 28 May 2015 1528
Port Mackerel 1 June 2015 1854
Kelp Dome 11 June 2015 2125
Bluefin Depot 19 June 2015 1665
Moray Towers 11 July 2015 1760
Camp Triggerfish 25 July 2015 2316
Flounder Heights 20 August 2015 2375
Hammerhead Bridge 18 September 2015 2100
Museum d'Alfonsino 12 November 2015 2443
Mahi-Mahi Resort 4 December 2015 1948
Piranha Pit 29 December 2015 3127
Ancho-V Games 22 January 2016 2293

Splatoon 2 stages

Name Release Inkable area
The Reef 21 July 2017 2,327p
Musselforge Fitness 21 July 2017 1,958p
Starfish Mainstage 21 July 2017 2,128p
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
Shifty Station 4 August 2017 Varies
Manta Maria 25 August 2017 2,356p
Kelp Dome 16 September 2017 2,316p
Snapper Canal 6 October 2017 2,247p

Notes

  • Many stages are often abbreviated by players using one or the other of the two words in the name, such as Saltspray, Walleye or Mall.

References

Gallery

Multiplayer stages in Splatoon
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Ancho-V Games
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Arowana Mall
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Blackbelly Skatepark
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Bluefin Depot
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Camp Triggerfish
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Flounder Heights
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Hammerhead Bridge
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Kelp Dome
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Mahi-Mahi Resort
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Moray Towers
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Museum d'Alfonsino
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Piranha Pit
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Port Mackerel
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Saltspray Rig
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Urchin Underpass
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Walleye Warehouse


Locations in Splatoon
Places Booyah Base · Inkopolis · Octo Valley
Stages Ancho-V Games · Arowana Mall · Blackbelly Skatepark · Bluefin Depot · Camp Triggerfish
Flounder Heights · Hammerhead Bridge · Kelp Dome · Mahi-Mahi Resort · Moray Towers
Museum d'Alfonsino · Piranha Pit · Port Mackerel · Saltspray Rig · Urchin Underpass · Walleye Warehouse
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Locations in Splatoon 2
Places Galleria · Inkopolis Square · Octo Canyon
Stages Humpback Pump Track · Inkblot Art Academy · Kelp Dome · Manta Maria · Moray Towers · Musselforge Fitness
Port Mackerel · Shifty Station · Snapper Canal · Starfish Mainstage · Sturgeon Shipyard · The Reef
Salmon Run Stages Lost Outpost · Marooner's Bay · Spawning Grounds
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