Since there are always only a limited set of maps playable at a time for public online battles, I'd like to know which maps are in the current rotation without booting my Wii U and waiting for Marie and Callie to "announce" it.

Is there a way to find out online which maps (and game mode for Ranked Battles) are currently available for online battles?


There's two ways to do this.

The more "official" way is to log on to the official splatoon leaderboards site, then go to the Stage Info tab on the left (the purple one) if you aren't there already. This will tell you the current maps and ranked mode as well as ones in the future.

The other way is to use this unofficial site that pulls data off of the first site. It displays the current map rotation and current mode, as well as a countdown until the rotation changes, but does not show future rotations. (Also there's a button on the top left to turn off the embedded music!)

Update: Here is another site that shows the rotation. Unlike the site I posted above, this one also shows future maps!

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  • That leaderboard site would be great if it was available in English. – Brian Sep 8 '15 at 16:15
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    Just something for Nintendo, I never heard anything about such a website from official channels. I found a Chrome plugin that translates the website so I added it to your post if you don't mind. The other website is useful too, thanks. – Coded Monkey Sep 8 '15 at 17:18
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    Looks like they finally translated the leaderboard site to english so I updated my answer and removed your chrome extension link. – Pyritie Oct 6 '15 at 7:32
  • Anyone know a current site for this? These are all offline or converted to splatoon 2. – msouth Feb 16 '18 at 21:19
  • @msouth Try asking that as a new question, since that's for a different game. – Pyritie Feb 19 '18 at 9:57

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