If you’ve spent any time walking around Splatoon 3new central world of Splatsville, then you’ve certainly seen some of the driest fashions known in this city of ink chaos. No kidding, the outfits are so clean – and so weird that I can’t help but document the best of the best. From the ubiquity of school uniforms to the funniest jokes, I’ve collected 12 of the latest peach photos I’ve seen in my time using colorful ink.
Fashion has always been a prominent component of Splatoon, especially since the gear you wear to your squid boy directly affects your overall stats. Clothes can do things like increase your ink reserve so you can throw more paint or strengthen your defense against squid so you can increase your damage. You can learn the abilities of each piece of equipment at the shops located in Splatsville, where you can buy, upgrade, and trade clothes with in-game currency.
However, cash is not the only way to unlock garments. As is the case with OG Splatoon, Threequel features Amiibo support, which is a nice way of saying that some of the best – or driest – suits in the game are locked after you own a particular Amiibo. Groggy, Hot sea urchin who can order some equipment for a pretty high premiumcan’t help you here.
However, the threads on display in Splatsville are eye-catching. In the slides that follow, you’ll see an eclectic mix of styles, including creepy mascots like Chuck-E-Cheese and people who look like Brotherhood of Steel refuses Fall out series. A lot of people are reliving 90s fashion with some bold colors. And this is this chic shoe of people that you can only come across from Inkling Girl Amiibo. It’s kind of stupid, but the outfits people have put together are dope. So let’s check out some ink drips: