How to get the Harmony Badge in Splatoon 3

Want a Harmony Badge to show on your banner? Here's how to get one in Splatoon 3!

Splatoon 3 has a plethora of content to keep you busy. You can play Tableturf if you want a break from murdering Ink/Octolings or are sick of getting flattened by King Salmonid in Salmon Run. Perhaps you aim to collect all Badges in Splatoon 3. Well, if that's the case, here's how to get both Harmony Badges in Splatoon 3.

How to unlock the Harmony Badge in Splatoon 3

To get the Harmony Badge in Splatoon 3, you must spend 100,000 in Hotlantis. The general shop you go to when you level up your Catalog and get a free reward. Harmony generally only sells decorations and cosmetics for your locker at various prices, so spending 100,000 isn't that hard to do.

At the same time, you get to show off your aesthetic nature to the world by customizing your locker or showing off how messy you are. However, if you want the Gold Harmony Badge, you must spend a lot more.

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How to get the Gold Harmony Badge in Splatoon 3

To get the Gold Harmony Badge in Splatoon 3, you need to spend a whopping 1 million inside Hotlantis. You may have thought getting to 100,000 was tricky, especially when purchasing gear and ordering from Murch.

To earn 1 million, at least you'll be gaining levels to unlock the bigger locker, which will help you store more decorations purchased from Hotlantis. Even though that 1 million will take a long time to get, and there is no way of tracking how much you have spent at Hotlantis, you have to keep spending until you finally unlock the Gold Harmony Badge.

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