Read on if you've been having problems with Splatoon 3 loading screen bug after the blue and yellow ink loading screen. Splatoon 3 is now available on the Nintendo Switch.
The problem, where Splatoon 3 hangs after the blue and yellow ink loading screen when game is started for the first time, is being looked into by Nintendo. The console manufacturer intends to provide a title update soon, perhaps to remedy the problem and lessen Salmon Run's communication failures.
How to fix loading screen issue in Splatoon 3
To resolve the Splatoon 3 loading screen bug, adhere to the methods listed below.
- Disconnect the Nintendo Switch from the Internet or enable Airplane Mode
- Boot up the game and finish the tutorial
- Reconnect to the Internet or disable Airplane mode if you enabled it in step 1
- You should now be able to enter the Lobby and activate online battles
Nintendo has an anti-cheat system in place for Splatoon 3, and it has already resulted in console bans, as was previously disclosed. Players may access the testing range early in one particular patch that was reportedly making the rounds on the internet, but this is not available in the game's official release. The ban looks to be being imposed primarily due to this patch.
Players in the multiplayer third-person shooter Splatoon 3 can choose to play as a "Inkling" or a "Octoling." Both individuals utilize guns that shoot colored ink. Weapons come in many different shapes and forms, the majority of which resemble commonplace items. Chargers, for example, resemble sniper rifles and have a high range for sniping opponents, but they are less efficient at painting the ground. Rollers are big paint rollers that can cover a lot of ground with ink, although they are usually only effective in close quarters fighting. Splatoon 3 expands on this by adding new main and special weapons to the game. You can also check out the Best Splatoon 3 Abilities guide.