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Splatoon 3 Ink Colors – all colors you can use

Splatoon 3, the highly anticipated sequel to the popular Splatoon series, is an ink-based shooter game. One of the key elements that set Splatoon apart from other games is the vibrant and diverse range of ink colors available. In this article, we will explore all the available Splatoon 3 ink colors and delve into their importance in gameplay.

Ink colors are not just visual aesthetics; they play a crucial role in gameplay mechanics. The objective of the game is to cover as much territory as possible with your team’s ink color. By doing so, you not only gain points but also restrict the movement of the opposing team.

Let’s check out all the available Splatoon 3 ink colors and see how many there are.

All Ink Colors you can use in Splatoon 3

Splatoon 3 offers a wide array of ink colors to choose from. Each color has its unique characteristics and can be further customized to suit your playstyle. Here are all the ink colors available in the game:

  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Light blue
  • Dark blue
  • Light teal
  • Green
  • Turquoise
  • Magenta
  • Lime Green
  • Crimson
  • Indigo
  • Goldenrod
  • Dark fuchsia
  • Peach
  • Grape
  • Pink
  • Blue
  • Light Purple
  • Neon yellow-green
  • Sun Yellow

These are all the colors available for the moment, but that’s not all we have for you about the colors in Splatoon 3.

Upcoming Ink Colors in Splatoon 3

As with every Splatfest, the ink colors we’ll use are bound to be intriguing and thrilling. We were given a preview of the hues in the Splatfest trailer showcased in Nintendo Direct. As per the trailer, the forthcoming colors are:

  • Vanilla
  • Strawberry
  • Mint

Now, we can speculate whether Nintendo is actually going to add anymore to the game or not. We’ll have to wait for the next Nintendo direct for that.

How to change the ink color in Splatoon 3?

In Splatoon 3, you have the ability to alter the ink color, however, it cannot be done manually. When you enter a match, the color of your team and your opponents will be chosen randomly. Not much luck on that front, but you can exit and re-join the game to have another random color.

Splatfests are the only occasions that differ from the rest of the multiplayer matches. In that occasion, a specific color represents one team. That way, you can choose beforehand.

That’s all in this guide. we hope you find it helpful. If so, check out our other guides, such as Splatoon 3 Tableturf Battle – how to play it and Splatoon 3 idols explained.