The outcomes of the newest Splatoon 3 Splatfest are formally in. Gamers competed all weekend lengthy to find out which greeting is essentially the most superior: handshake, fistbump, or hug. Staff Handshake was declared the winner after 48 hours of Turf Struggle matches.
The 5 classes that determined the winner of the Splatfest had been a sneak peak spherical, recognition, open battles, professional battles, and tricolor battles.
Staff Handshake received simply two of these 5 classes, but it surely was sufficient factors to return out on prime. The ultimate rating of the Splatfest was 30-27-0. Here’s a full breakdown of every class and what number of factors every group was awarded:
- Sneak Peak – Fistbump (7 factors)
- Recognition – Fistbump (8 factors)
- Open Battles – Fistbump (12 factors)
- Professional Battles – Handshake (12 factors)
- Tricolor Battles – Handshake (18 factors)
The Splatfest began on Friday night and lasted your entire weekend by Sunday night. After the primary half ended on Saturday night time, Staff Fistbump was the main group, and Tricolor matches started. The Tricolor Turf Struggle stage for this Splatfest was Manta Maria.
This was the eleventh official Splatoon 3 Splatfest because the recreation launched over a 12 months in the past in September 2022. Final month, the Splatoween Splatfest happened. On this Splatfest, Team Ghost beat both Team Zombie and Team Skeleton.
Every of the Splatfest individuals will obtain quite a few Super Sea Snails relying on the rank they reached. These snails add sub potential slots on gear and reroll gear skills. The upper rank you earned whereas battling in the course of the Splatfest the extra Tremendous Sea Snails you’ll obtain, with Staff Handshake individuals incomes a bonus quantity.
This Splatfest was the primary in Splatoon 3 to vary relying on which area of the world gamers reside. Gamers in Japan had a very completely different Splatfest theme. Their theme this time was to find out which identify to name a preferred dessert: Kaiten-yaki, Oban-yaki, or Imagawa-yaki.