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Splatoon 3 idols explained

Splatoon is among Nintendo’s more recent series, but also the one that seems to be growing the fastest in terms of fans. We can bet that is probably owed to the series’ greatest playability and very easy pick up and play style, along with some pretty interesting multiplayer modes. This is also true for the latest entry where, indeed, the Splatoon 3 idols come to take an essential role in the latest game, replacing Pearl and Marina from Splatoon 2 and Callie and Marie from the original game.

But multiplayer mayhem (or single-player campaigns) are very much not just what the series is all about, as clearly its world and the characters are very strong reasons for players to come back time and time again to it. Mascots (and newscasters) took an important role also in other entries in the series, so it’s always good to stay up to date on the latest information on who’s who in the squid game.

While Splatoon 3 is also pretty fun for a quick go in single-player, we would argue that most of its charm lies in splatting real players, conquering them like the Octolings they are. So, let us give you some information about the Splatoon 3 idols, what their role is in the game and what information they bring to the players.

Splatoon 3 Idols

The new Splatoon 3 idols are a trio called “Deep Cut”, made up of Frye, Shiver and Big Man. Together, they are the host of the news program of Splatsville, which is called, not unironically, Anarchy Splatcast. If you want to stay updated on all relevant news regarding rotation of battle stages and multiplayer in general, then you’d better stay tuned in to their show.

We are sure that you are having quite some fun playing the latest Splatoon entry in the series and staying up to date on all news regarding the multiplayer is definitely required, if you don’t want to be left behind, splotted and splotched like a sad ink stain.

Looking forward to more multiplayer goodness? Then also check out our guides for New World and, well, you might also want to take a break and enjoy the quiet life of Stardew Valley.