Splatoon 3 will once again see players around the world face off in Turf Wars matches, but which stages will you be able to play on? Here are all of the new and returning maps.
Nintendo’s premier splat-em-up Splatoon has returned for a third round on Nintendo Switch, with loads of new and classic weapons to use as well as a variety of modes to challenge your opponents in.
Of course, Splatoon would be nothing without its zany maps, and fortunately, there are plenty of them to enjoy this time around.
Below, you’ll find details you need on all of the Splatoon 3 stages, from brand new locations like Scorch Gorge and Mincemeat Metalworks to returning favorites including Museum d’Alfonsino.
All new Turf War stages in Splatoon 3
These are all of the brand new Turf War stages that will appear in Splatoon 3:
All returning Turf War stages in Splatoon 3
These are all of the previous Turf War stages that will return in Splatoon 3:
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|Mahi Mahi Resort|
|Inkblot Art Academy|
Hammerhead Bridge, Museum d’Alfonsino, and Mahi Mahi Resort originally appeared in Splatoon, while Inkblot Art Academy, Sturgeon Shipyard, Makomart, and Wahoo World appeared in Splatoon 2.
Will there be DLC stages in Splatoon 3?
Nintendo has confirmed that more Splatoon 3 stages will be added in free post-launch updates. In fact, there are plans for at least two years of DLC for the game including weapons and customization.
We don’t have any information on what those stages will be – or how many of them Nintendo plans to release for Splatoon 3 – but we’ll keep this page updated as soon as more information is revealed.
That’s everything you need to know about the Splatoon 3 stages! While you’re here, check out details on the new weapons and our guide to everything we know about Splatoon 3 so far.