Nintendo is generating more anticipation for Splatoon 3 by releasing a new gameplay trailer. What gamers may anticipate from this paint-splashing "threequel" is thoroughly explored in the seven-minute film, which was posted on Nintendo Japan's YouTube account. This offers a peek at each brand-new paint-shooting weapon that gamers can use. \n \nThe new teaser gives us the clearest glimpse we've yet had of what Splatoon 3 will seem like when it debuts in less than a week. It displays the fundamental game concepts as well as the various game modes, fresh characters, and various arenas. The crazy weaponry you can employ to paint over your opponents is one of the more intriguing sections of the game, though. \n \nYou begin with the standard selection of weapons featured in shooting games. There are several various guns with various shooting techniques, such as a huge paint launcher that resembles a grenade and a smaller water gun that functions as a handgun. A paintball-firing bow or a sniper with laser sight are other traditional options you have. \n \nThe situation then becomes a little more intriguing. Splatoon 3 is a paint-based game, so the weapons follow suit to create some unique means of wreaking havoc. For instance, you can use big paint rollers to wipe out a lot of foes, or you can approach close with a portable roller that shoots a curved paint projectile at unwary targets. \n \nAlong with ground-level landmines that detonate when walked on, Splatoon 3 also features a more high-tech mode of attack, including huge tracking paint cans that hunt down other gamers. \n \nYou can also take on the role of Jackson Pollock and launch a paint bomb that explodes and splatters paint all over the battleground, or you can adopt the classic Bob Ross approach and use a big paintbrush. Splatoon 3 features something for everyone to unleash their inner creativity, regardless of their preferred weapon!