The Splatfest Event in Splatoon 3 focused on Chocolate has now ended, and the outcome has been made known. The triumphant side showed impressive statistics. In Splatoon 3, the recent Splatfest Event was chocolate-themed, where players were divided into teams: Team Dark Chocolate, Team Milk Chocolate, and Team White Chocolate. Players could choose which team they wanted to join and compete against players on the opposing teams in Turf War matches. The ultimate goal was to earn Clout points for their chosen team, which would contribute to the overall results of the Splatfest.
In the Splatoon franchise, Splatfest events serve as a playful method for settling minor disputes in everyday life. Splatoon 3 has deviated from the standard by introducing a new three-team format instead of the usual two. Before the start of a Splatfest, players must select a team that will influence their team’s overall popularity during the final result determination. Additionally, the impact earned through participating in Splatfest battles will play a role in determining the eventual winner of the Event.
A Splatfest is a regular event featured in the beloved “Splatoon” video game franchise, which is produced by Nintendo. It is a special in-game festival where players can choose between two teams and battle against each other in Turf War matches. The teams are usually based on a fun or quirky theme, such as their favorite type of pizza topping or musical genre, and players are asked to pick a side.
Each Splatfest lasts for a limited time, typically 24 hours, and during this time, players can earn points for their chosen team by participating in Turf War battles. The team with the highest points at the end of the Event is declared the winner and earns special rewards for its members.
The Splatfest Event in the Splatoon series offers a thrilling and competitive environment for players to showcase their opinions and engage in battles against one another.
Nintendo has declared the result of the recent game flavor-themed Splatfest in Splatoon 3. Team White Chocolate is the winner of the game, succeeding in every category. The details of the results, including the rewards. Since the original Splatoon, Splatfests have been a feature, enabling players to join forces and form teams to play turf wars. The game has undergone some changes, with the latest addition being tri-color battles. Still, the ultimate objective remains unchanged: to win as many fighting for one’s team as possible.
The outcome of the Dark, Milk, and White Chocolate Splatfest is a victory for White Chocolate. Although each category was close, with the results varying by a few percent, White Chocolate came out on top. This marks the second time a team has achieved this feat, with the first being during the Splatoon x Pokemon Splatfest.
The Conch Shell category tracks the Conch Shells earned by each team. These shells are given as a reward for leveling up the Catalog during a Splatfest. White Chocolate secured a substantial 35.16 percent, with Dark Chocolate coming in second at a close two percentage points behind.
Before the Chocolate Splatfest, White Chocolate was already ahead with the most points earned during the Sneak Peek week leading up to the Event. White Chocolate maintained its lead during halftime. The Dark and Milk Chocolate teams tried their best, but in the end, White Chocolate emerged victorious by winning every category with an impressive 57 points.
The latest victory in the Splatoon 3 chocolate-themed Splatfest was the second win for Big Man from Deep Cut, who had previously triumphed in the Pokemon Splatfest as a member of Team Water. In contrast, Frye has only won one Splatfest, with Team Sweet victorious over Spicy and Sour. On the other hand, Shiver has won the first two Splatfests held in the game.
Nintendo has not disclosed any information regarding the next Splatfest. However, they have unveiled some intriguing details about the upcoming Expansion Pass for the game. The pass will be priced at $24.99 and released in two parts. The first wave will introduce a new hub for players to socialize in, which Inkopolis inspire by the original Splatoon game on Wii U. During Splatfest competitions, players will also have the opportunity to watch Callie and Marie perform if they visit the hub. The second wave is more substantial, including a new Side Order campaign.
During the first 24 hours of the Main Event in a Splatfest, players participate in Splatfest Battles, and the Halftime Report is released. The game then adds Tri-color Turf War battles, where the first-place team at halftime with four players competes against two players from the other two teams. The Halftime Report is determined by the amount of Clout earned and the popularity of each team, as determined by the voting count.