All Weapons in Splatoon 3

Discover every weapon confirmed to be in Splatoon 3!

by Marc Magrini

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Splatoon 3 offers plenty of customization for players to enjoy. Different playable races and alternate hairstyles make up a fraction of this game’s personalization features, and those are only cosmetic options. Where Splatoon 3 truly shines is in its wide selection of weapons. If someone wants to dominate PVP turf wars or take down foes in the game’s single-player story mode, knowing the ins and outs of each weapon is the only option. Players should take a close look at all weapons in Splatoon 3 if they don’t want to get splatted without a second thought!

This article is up to date as of the game’s release. We’ll continue to update this article as future updates add new weapons!

All Confirmed/Current Weapons in Splatoon 3

Splatoon 3 separates its weapons into 11 categories. These categories are Shooters, Rollers, Chargers, Sloshers, Splatlings, Dualies, Brellas, Blasters, Brushes, Stringers, and Splatanas. As fans of the Splatoon franchise might already know, it’s not a stretch to expect that entirely new categories might be added to the game in future updates. Each weapon comes with its own sub and special weapons. Even similar weapons can end up being pretty different when considering these changes!

Here’s every weapon currently available in the game:

  • Shooters
    • Splattershot Jr. / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Big Bubbler
    • Aerospray MG / Sub: Fizzy Bomb / Special: Reefslider
    • Splattershot / Sub: Suction Bomb / Special: Trizooka
    • .52 Gal / Sub: Splash Wall / Special: Killer Wail 5.1
    • N-ZAP ’85 / Sub: Suction Bomb / Special: Tacticooler
    • Splattershot Pro / Sub: Angle Shooter / Special: Crab Tank
    • .52 Gal / Sub: Splash Wall / Special: Killer Wail 5.1
    • .96 Gal / Sub: Sprinkler / Special: Ink Vac
    • L-3 Nozzlenose / Sub: Curling Bomb / Special: Crab Tank
    • H-3 Nozzlenose / Sub: Point Sensor / Special: Tacticooler
    • Jet Squelcher / Sub: Angle Shooter / Special: Ink Vac
    • Splash-o-matic / Sub: Burst Bomb / Special: Crab Tank
    • Sploosh-o-matic / Sub: Curling Bomb / Special: Ultra Stamp
    • Squeezer / Sub: Splash Wall / Special: Trizooka
  • Rollers
    • Splat Roller / Sub: Curling Bomb / Special: Big Bubblet
    • Dynamo Roller / Sub: Sprinkler / Special: Tacticooler
    • Flingza Roller / Sub: Ink Mine / Special: Tenta Missiles
    • Carbon Roller / Sub: Autobomb / Special: Zipcaster
  • Chargers
    • Splat Charger / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Ink Vac
    • Splatterscope / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Ink Vac
    • E-liter 4k / Sub: Ink Mine / Special: Wave Breaker
    • E-liter 4k Scope / Sub: Ink Mine / Special: Wave Breaker
    • Classic Squiffer / Sub: Point Sensor / Special: Big Bubbler
    • Bamboozler 14 Mk I / Sub: Autobomb / Special: Killer Wail 5.1
    • Goo Tuber / Sub: Torpedo / Special: Tenta Missiles
  • Sloshers
    • Slosher / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Triple Inkstrike
    • Tri-Slosher / Sub: Toxic Mist / Special: Inkjet
    • Explosher / Sub: Point Sensor / Special: Ink Storm
    • Sloshing Machine / Sub: Fizzy Bomb / Special: Booyah Bomb
    • Bloblobber / Sub: Sprinkler / Special: Ink Storm
  • Splatlings
    • Mini Splatling / Sub: Burst Bomb / Special: Ultra Stamp
    • Heavy Splatling / Sub: Sprinkler / Special: Wave Breaker
    • Hydra Splatling / Sub: Autobomb / Special: Booyah Bomb
    • Nautilus 47 / Sub: Point Sensor / Special: Ink Storm
    • Ballpoint Splatling / Sub: Fizzy Bomb / Special: Inkjet
  • Dualies
    • Splat Dualies / Sub: Suction Bomb / Special: Crab Tank
    • Dark Tetra Dualies / Sub: Autobomb / Special: Reefslider
    • Dapple Dualies / Sub: Squid Beakon / Special: Tacticooler
    • Dualie Squelchers / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Wave Breaker
    • Glooga Dualies / Sub: Splash Wall / Special: Booyah Bomb
  • Brellas
    • Splat Brella / Sub: Sprinkler / Special: Triple Inkstrike
    • Tenta Brella / Sub: Squid Beakon / Special: Ink Vac
    • Undercover Brella / Sub: Ink Mine / Special: Reefslider
  • Blasters
    • Blaster / Sub: Autobomb / Special: Big Bubbler
    • Luna Blaster / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Zipcaster
    • Clash Blaster / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Trizooka
    • Range Blaster / Sub: Suction Bomb / Special: Wave Breaker
    • Rapid Blaster / Sub: Ink Mine / Special: Triple Inkstrike
    • Rapid Blaster Pro / Sub: Toxic Mist / Special: Ink Vac
  • Brushes
    • Inkbrush / Sub: Splat Bomb / Special: Killer Wail 5.1
    • Octobrush / Sub: Suction Bomb / Special: Zipcaster
  • Stringers
    • Tri-Stringer / Sub: Toxic Mist / Special: Killer Wail 5.1
    • REEF-LUX 450 / Sub: Curling Bomb / Special: Tenta Missiles
  • Splatanas
    • Splatana Wiper / Sub: Torpedo / Special: Ultra Stamp
    • Splatana Stamper / Sub: Burst Bomb / Special: Zipcaster

Some weapons shown in promotional material, such as the Gold Dynamo Roller, are not currently in the game. It’s likely that it, along with many other weapons, will be added to the game in future free updates. As mentioned, this article will be updated as new gear is added to Splatoon 3 over time. Keep your eye out for the best weapon combos and abilities, and no one in all of Splatsville will stop you on your path to becoming a pro!

Splatoon 3 will launch as a Nintendo Switch exclusive on September 9, 2022.

- This article was updated on September 10th, 2022

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