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New Splatoon 3 Sizzle Season Catalog Details Revealed

Splatoon 3 Sizzle Season Catalog

Nintendo released more details about what Splatoon 3 players can expect in the upcoming Sizzle Season. This included two more weapons added to Ammo Knights, as well as a video showing them. There’s also another Splatoon 3 video that showed the gear that can be obtained through the catalog.

The new weapons added with Splatoon 3’s Sizzle Season include the H-3 Nozzlenose D and the Rapid Blaster Pro Deco. The H-3 Nozzlenose D is a new variant of the H-3 Nozzlenose shooter, with a Splash Wall sub weapon and a Big Bubbler special. The Rapid Blaster Pro Deco is a variant of the Rapid Blaster with an Angle Shooter sub weapon and a Killer Wail 5.1 special. Previous confirmed weapons for Sizzle Season include the Painbrush and S-BLAST ’92.

As always new gear can be unlocked with the Sizzle Season catalog. Here’s what Splatoon 3 players can unlock this season:


  • Barrelfish Home Helmet
  • Crust Bucket Visor
  • Seashell Bamboo Hat
  • Do-Rag, Cap & Glasses
  • Cap’n Cap
  • Stealth Squidbeak Shield
  • Noise Cancelers
  • Glam Clam Specs


  • White Retro Tee
  • Takaroka Tandem
  • Black Ranger Vest
  • Lyco-P Streetstyle Tee
  • Hype Stripe Button Up
  • Annaki Anchored Coat
  • Umibozu Road Jersey
  • Takaroka Nineties Nylon
  • Indigo Boss Haori


  • Hyper Guppies
  • White Lo-Vert Hi-Tops
  • Pro Trail Boots
  • Tenya OctoPurps
  • Annaki Strappy Sandals
  • Dappled Hammertreads
  • Arrow Toesies Purp
  • Icy Down Boots

Here’s the full Splatoon 3 Sizzle Season catalog video:

The catalog also contains several locker items all based on Nintendo consoles, including the Play & Observe (Game & Watch), See-Through Game Youth (Game Boy) and the Eight-Squared Game System (N64).

Splatoon 3 is available now for Nintendo Switch. Sizzle Season begins on June 1, 2023.

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