New and Confirmed Weapons So Far in Splatoon 3

Paint the town with whatever color you like with these weapons.

Splatoon 3 Weapons cover

There can’t be a Splatoon fight without weapons, and now that Splatoon 3 is coming soon, fans are excited to see the new arsenal of weapons that they can play with. Not only will the weapons from the previous games be back, but there will also be new weapon types to master, plus some new special weapons that could literally turn the paint tide around.

In this guide, we’re going to take a look at all the confirmed weapons that will come out in Splatoon 3 so far. These weapons are based from what has been seen in the Splatoon 3 official website, Direct, and from the game’s other socials.

Splatoon 3 New Weapon Classes

Stringers

Stringers are bows that can shoot out paint, and the distance of where the paint will land depends on the bow’s draw time or charge.

Splatanas

Splatanas are melee weapons that can also be used as a range weapon, thanks to its ability to flick paint towards a target with every slash.

Splatoon 3 Confirmed Weapons

Here’s just a short list of all the weapon types and weapons that will be in Splatoon 3.

Tri-Stringer
  • Tri-Stringer *NEW*
Splatana Wiper
  • Splatana Wiper *NEW*
Splatana Stamper
  • Splatana Stamper *NEW*
Splat Brella
  • Splat Brella
Tenta Brella
  • Tenta Brella
Splat Dualies
  • Splat Dualies
Dapple Dualies
  • Dapple Dualies
  • Glooga Dualies
Splat Roller
  • Splat Roller
Dynamo Roller
  • Dynamo Roller
  • Splattershot
Inkbrush
  • Inkbrush
Octobrush
  • Octobrush
Range Blaster
  • Range Blaster
Luna Blaster
  • Luna Blaster
Hydra Splatling
  • Hydra Splatling
Heavy Splatling
  • Heavy Splatling
Tri-Slosher
  • Tri-Slosher
Explosher
  • Explosher
Classic Squiffer
  • Classic Squiffer
E-liter 4k
  • E-liter 4k
.96 Gal
  • .96 Gal

Also, it has been confirmed that all other basic weapons from Splatoon 1 and 2 will be available to use in Splatoon 3.

Splatoon 3 Special Weapons

New Special Weapons will be added into Splatoon 3, along with some of the returning ones. These are powerful weapons that need some charging up, but when they are unleashed, they can give a huge advantage to the team. So far, there are 10 new Special Weapons that will be available in the game.

Tacticooler
  • Tacticooler *NEW*
Wave Breaker
  • Wave Breaker *NEW*
Reefslider
  • Reefslider *NEW*
Crab Tank
  • Crab Tank *NEW*
Zipcaster
  • Zipcaster *NEW*
Triple Inkstrike
  • Triple Inkstrike *NEW*
Killer Wail 5.1
  • Killer Wail 5.1 *NEW*
Ink Vac
  • Ink Vac *NEW*
Big Bubbler
  • Big Bubbler *NEW*
Trizooka
  • Trizooka *NEW*
Tenta Missiles
  • Tenta Missiles
Inkjet
  • Inkjet
  • Splashdown
Ink Storm
  • Ink Storm
Ultra Stamp
  • Ultra Stamp
Booyah Bomb
  • Booyah Bomb

Splatoon 3 Sub Weapons

Sub weapons are the secondary weapons that players can use in matches. They are usually deployables that impede, incapacitate, or deal damage to opponents. So far, there are 14 sub weapons in the game, with one of them being a new addition.

Angle Shooter
  • Angle Shooter *NEW*
  • Splat Bomb
  • Suction Bomb
  • Burst Bomb
  • Curling Bomb
  • Autobomb
  • Ink Mine
  • Toxic Mist
  • Point Sensor
  • Splash Wall
  • Sprinkler
  • Squid Beacon
  • Fizzy Bomb
  • Torpedo

Those are all the confirmed weapons so far. With the upcoming DLCs, it is possible that we’ll see more weapons added into the mix.


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Check out this video by Atomikbuster showcasing all the starting weapons and sub weapons in Splatoon 3: