The Final Fest: Splatocalypse Splatfest winning team made the decisions on the direction the series will take, which surprised many Splatoon 2 gamers. The leaders of the conflict between Chaos and Order are Splatoon 2's newscasters and idols, Pearl and Marina. \n \nEven though other Splatfests were ultimately released or re-released in the game, the Final Fest was initially planned to be the last Splatfest for the game, and as a result, it was a significant deal. Turf battles during Splatfest were fought between the Inklings and Octolings to see which side could finish the round with the most turf covered in their respective team's color. \n \nSplatoon 3 owes a significant portion of its concept and direction to Chaos, which ultimately emerged as the victor. In a recent interview, the creators of Splatoon 3 confirmed that fans' speculation that Splatfest will somehow affect the next game was accurate. Even though the winning team was still unknown, the game's creators were already considering how they could incorporate either Order or Chaos into the next round's theme. \n \nThe makers of Splatoon 3 revealed that Splitsville, the "city of chaos," "is a metropolis that rapidly arose with the introduction of the "Chaos" craze after the Splatfest." Although it and the neighboring Splatlands are far farther from the locations of the first two games, Inklings and Octolings, have nonetheless poured into the metropolis. The "Anarchy Splatcast" hosted by the new idols Deep Cut and their Splatfest song Anarchy Rainbow" is perhaps also an allusion to the Chaos theme, in addition to the general architecture and aesthetic of the area. \n \nRegrettably, the creators didn't elaborate much on how the game might have developed if Order had triumphed. \n \nThe climactic Splatfest of Splatoon 1 also impacted its sequel, as longtime fans of the game may remember. The story mode's focus was changed to reflect Marie's narrow victory over Callie; Marie now leads the story mode's efforts to save Callie from DJ Octavio.