Splatoon 3 Multiplayer Review
After you have had your fun getting to know the game in the single player campaign, you will definitely want to check out multiplayer. This is Splatoon 3’s bread and butter. It is just good old fashion fun.
There are a bunch of maps to play on, game modes, and new weapons to master in Splatoon 3. Players have tons of rewards to unlock by playing matches. The matchmaking process is very quick, as well. Games are relatively short and it is easy to find squads and matches to play. Squidkids and Inklings are flying high all the time.
The motion controls are a little wonky at the more intense moments of a multiplayer match. Thankfully, you can turn off motion controls. We found the regular controls more intuitive and natural.
A slight issue we had was in the customization. To be clear, it is a very minor issue. However, the cosmetics seem to blend to your team color too well. It is nearly impossible to truly make a unique-looking character.
Getting to level 10 is takes some effort, but this unlocks Anarchy Battles. This is a new mode to the series and offers a lot of fresh fun to multplayer. Splatoon 3 doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but the wheel is shiner and smoother than it ever has been.
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