Golden Eggs, a well-known Splatoon 2 mechanic, has been retained by Splatoon 3.
Over the course of its existence, Nintendo's inky franchise has introduced numerous new weapons, customizable styles, maps, and game modes. The newest installment is no different, but retains some of the core features that made the original titles enjoyable.
The original Salmon Run game mode in Splatoon 2 kept them as a core mechanic.
Each egg has a golden shell with a skeleton of a Salmonid embryo inside.
After defeating Boss Salmonids, golden eggs are dropped in egg baskets in order to complete their tasks and advance to the next horde. Each player must collect a collection of golden eggs in order to progress to the next task. The Snatcher comes to grab each one that is missed.
The best part of Splatoon 3 is that golden eggs can be transferred from player to player. This simplifies the gameplay, allowing for a clean and efficient flow.
Splatoon 3, the newest title in the franchise, has been making a splash since it was released for Nintendo Switch devices on Friday, Sept. 9.
Nintendo has released the sequel to the legendary Splatoon 2.