The catalog is one of Splatoon 3's most popular new customization options. This seasonal item, which can be purchased from Hotlantis store attendant Harmony, includes a rotating assortment of clothes and other items that are both festive and fresh. After purchasing the catalog, you may return to Hotlantis at any time to purchase items from the catalog.
Nintendo has pledged to release one new catalog every three months for the next two years, beginning in 2024, thus there will be no shortage of great looks, fun Splashtag banners, and cool locker decorations to choose from. These items will need points, as they are earned when playing the game.
In Splatoon 3, here's how to earn points and spend them on catalog items.
Points vs. catalog points
Although the most recent Splatoon 3 Nintendo Direct breakdown specified a currency called catalog points, items in the catalog can actually be purchased with regular points, which is Splatoon 3's main currency. This is the same currency that's used to purchase items from Naut Couture, Man-o-Wardrobe, and Crush Station, the other three game cosmetic shops. (Purchasing weapons requires Sheldon Licenses, which is a different kind of currency.)
Like in previous games, points are earned primarily through participation in multiplayer games. All types of multiplayer matches, including turf war and ranked battles, reward money alongside XP. Winning matches grants a substantial amount of money while losing grants a minor amount.
Try out a few matches with other gamers around the world to earn some money. Even if you lose, youll earn a little something for your time. Return to Hotlantis and purchase whatever you want.