Splatoon 3
Splatoon 3

Splatoon 3 Sales Surpass 3.45 Million Units in Japan in the First Three Days

Nintendo has announced that Splatoon 3‘s has sold a total of  3.45 million units, including digital and physical sales, in Japan within the first three days of its release, breaking the record of the only game with the highest number of sales within that time period. Splatoon 3 is available now for Nintendo Switch.

The game’s details via Nintendo can be seen below:

In the Splatoon series of action-shooting games, players play as Inklings—squid characters that can also take on a humanoid form. Nintendo launched the Splatoon game for the Wii U system in May 2015, and the Splatoon 2 game for Nintendo Switch in July 2017.

Splatoon 3 is the latest game in the Splatoon series, in which players face off against each other in two teams of four players, claiming territory by covering it in ink in Turf War battles. Building on the series’ foundation, Splatoon 3 adds new weapons, special weapons, and action to the game. In Splatsville, a chaotic city crowded with various elements, players can enjoy a large variety of battles: not only Turf War battles, but also the Story Mode in which players can battle and discover a mysterious place called Alterna on their own; and Salmon Run, where up to four players can work together and fend off powerful bosses. In addition, Nintendo will add more weapons and stages through updates for two years after launch, and hold events such as Splatfests, where players split into three teams to claim turf and overall victory. Players can connect with others around the globe online*, as well as play together locally, each with their own Nintendo Switch system.

Key Features

  • Ink it up with a new entry in the Splatoon series.
  • Discover the Splatlands, a new sun-soaked region with trendsetting inhabitants.
  • Experiment with new styles for Inklings and Octolings.
  • Four-versus-four Turf Wars are back, with new stages, new maneuvers, and new weapons.

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