, 2022-10-12 07:00:00,
Following the release of Splatoon 3, I have developed a nightly ritual of strolling the game’s Splatsville hub. When the server resets at 8 p.m. EDT, I immerse myself in Inkling fashion.
For longtime fans, the daily reset represents new possibilities for self-expression. In-game boutiques replenish their wares with a fresh selection of Inkling attire, replete with new colorways, abilities, and ratings; and the square bustles with avatars showing off and enjoying the Splatsville vibes.
While the game provides fast travel to zip between boutiques, I cannot help but stroll through the city.
On most days, I make a quick stop at the amiibo box; I briefly chat with the members of Off the Hook, and if I am lucky, Marina might hand me the Marinated Headphones I have been waiting on. Unlocks from Splatoon amiibo provide exclusive new outfits for your avatar. Each amiibo provides only a single item at a time, and with 14 unique Splatoon amiibo, these visits have become part of my daily ritual.
Leaving Marina, I may stop off at a nearby storefront or park bench for a photo op. Once I’ve immortalized my latest outfit with a picture, I continue my sojourn through the square, stopping at each new avatar I come across. With the in-game shops’ commitment to rotating outfits, other players in the square are likely to be sporting gear I have not yet seen.
I love seeing how each player chooses to express their personality. While some may favor a sporty look heavy on Tentatek,…
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