Splatfest result: Team Water makes a splash in Pokemon x Splatoon 3 event

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Ring the bell, sound the horns: the curtain has fallen on the Pokemon x Splatoon 3 splatfest — And now that the ink has finally dried and the result is in, we can see that Team Water has taken victory in the age-old battle of the Pokemon starter elements.

Over the past weekend, squid kids and octolings took to the messy battlefields of Splatoon 3 in order to stand up for their favorite starting Pokemon types — with playing taking up arms for Grass, Fire, and Water. Incredibly, Team Water came away with a perfect 45p score, meaning that the H2O lovin’ squaddies ultimately won out in both Open and Pro battles, as well as winning the public vote.

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This is one of the cleanest (no pun intended) sweeps in recent Splatoon history, and suggests that the Pokemon x Splatoon crossover community either really, really likes Water-type Pokemon, or that they simply converted their love of the wet stuff to fantastic in-game plays.

You can check out the full results below.

Public Vote

  • Team Grass: 25.80%
  • Team Fire: 33.60%
  • Team Water: 40.60%

Clout (Open)

  • Team Grass: 33.41%
  • Team Fire: 32.75%
  • Team Water: 33.84%

Clout (Pro)

  • Team Grass: 33.59%
  • Team Fire: 30.55%
  • Team Water: 35.86%

This special splatfest was, of course, held to help promote the release of Pokemon Scarlet & Violet, both of which launch exclusively on Nintendo Switch on November 18. This event also represented the second splatfest result of the multiplayer shooter’s new era. So, if your team took a drubbing this time around, it won’t be too long before you can lock ‘n’ load for another weekend of gooey competition.

Splatoon 3 is available now on Nintendo Switch.

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