Splatoon 3 brings more colored fun with some returning and upgraded features. One of the returning gaming modes in Splatoon 3 is Salmon Run. Wherein you have to defeat the Salmonids and collect the Golden eggs and give them to Mr. Grizz. Grizzco Industries rewards and ranks you based on your performance. Although, know everything about how the Ranks are determined of Salmon Run Next Wave works in Splatoon 3 through our detailed guide on it.
Salmon Run Ranks in Splatoon 3 Explained
The Ranking system in Salmon Run is way more different than other game modes in Splatoon. Based on the level of your performance, you get a Job Title or Rank. Check out these points to know more about these ranks:
- There are 5 Job Titles or Ranks in Splatoon 3 which are:
- Intern – Includes 2 Tutorials
- Profreshional – Includes 4 Tiers that between (0-99), (100-199), (200-299), and (300-999)
- Interns eventually become Profreshionals once their stats increase. Each successful shift (wave) increases your stat by 20 points.
- The shift is deemed successful once the required number of Golden eggs is collected.
- In Splatoon 3, the waves get more difficult when promoted to a higher level in Salmon Run.
- The Rank Meter varies when you lose in a wave:
- Wave 1 – Losing the first wave reduces the stat by 20 points. Disconnecting in the middle of the wave will reduce the stat by 10 points. Basically, losing the match with a disconnected player reduces the total stat earned to half.
- Wave 2 – Losing the second wave reduces the stat by 10 points. Disconnecting in the middle of the second wave will reduce it to half, which will be 5 points.
- Wave 3 – No change in Stats at all.
- Job Titles or Ranks in Salmon Run also provide a Paygrade percentage that adds to the score at the end of each wave. Also, this helps to earn bonuses faster.
- When there’s an increase in stats of Job Title or Rank by 20 points, the Paygrade percentage increases by 5%.
- At the end of each wave, you receive Grizzco Points (p) that is calculated as:
- Grizzco Points = Job Score (Total Golden Eggs + Total Power Eggs Divided by 200) multiplied by Paygrade percentage of each player.
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That’s everything you should know about how a Rank is determined in Splatoon 3’s Salmon Run. If you found this article helpful, then make sure to check out our other Splatoon 3 guide on getting Power Eggs.