Jason says, "No, Splatoon 3 does NOT push into any new ground. One might say it doesn’t need to, but that’s really the copy-pasta syndrome we collectively hate CoD for.
To say that someone could easily mistake me for playing Splatoon 2 if they weren’t intimate enough with the game is an understatement.
It clearly suffers from CoD-ism. That doesn’t change the fact that it’s still the most intense, wet-and-wild shooting fun I’ll ever have each and every time and that it runs well with its eye-catching colorful splashes of cu-INK, of ink.
But with dated netcode, no new modes, and a majority of old maps and equipment, what it brings new is not quite ample enough to call it “fresh”." .Read more on n4g.com