How to change your Banner in Splatoon 3

A banner says a lot about a squid and octopus.

Splatoon 3 offers more ways to personalize your Inkling or Octoling. You can sport a nifty haircut, wear the latest fashion, decorate your locker, and customize your banner and title in your Splashtag. This may leave you wondering how to customize and change your banner in Splatoon 3.

How to customize your Banner in Splatoon 3

To customize and change your Splashtag:

  1. Head to the multiplayer lobby.
  2. Once there, interact with the terminal.
  3. Select the Edit Splashtag option. This will let you customize and change your banner and title.

When choosing your title, you can mix and match between two words, so create some unique tags for yourself.

Related: How to queue and play with friends in Splatoon 3

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As you play and progress, you will unlock more options to edit your Splashtag, including new banners and titles. You can earn banners from QR codes, Salmon Run, and more. Keep playing, and you will unlock some awesome banners to display on your Splashtag.

Be sure to check out other players' banners as you play to see some cool banners. Chances are, if you keep playing, you will unlock their banners too. So get out there and splat your heart out.

For more information on Splatoon 3, check out Where to find Tableturf Battle in Splatoon 3 and All Splatoon 3 QR Codes and How to redeem on Pro Game Guides.

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