Published: Wed, August 08, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Nintendo Leaks New 'Super Smash Bros.' Character

Nintendo Leaks New 'Super Smash Bros.' Character

History, including those that were offered through downloadable content (DLC) in the past, alongside a couple of new ones, not all past stages would feature in the game.

In total, Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo revealed in a Nintendo Direct stream Wednesday.

Music: Smash Bros. Ultimate will include over 800 tracks, which add up to over 28 hours of music.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will come to the Nintendo Switch on December 7, 2018. Ultimate Nintendo Direct presentation with the reveal of a brand new character, Castlevania's Simon Belmont. Ultimate includes an exclusive stage that features a grid, used to help measure the distance and trajectory of special moves and fighter knockback.

Two of the most fearsome members of Castlevania's Belmont clan are coming to Super Smash Bros.


Remember how the original Super Smash Bros. had nine stages, assuming you unlocked Mushroom Kingdom? Songs are also grouped by series now, rather than being linked to specific stages, so whenever you play on any stage form any video game franchise, you'll have the chance to have any song from that franchise.

Copy of Super Smash Bros. There's a new stage exclusive to Training Mode, which features a grid and other visual elements to help players practice and flawless their techniques. Counting game music tracks and other music, like in-game menus and other short musical passages, there are approximately 900 compositions - that's more than 28 hours of video game music!

If you're into items and assist trophies, there were a whole bunch of those revealed too, including a bunch of Pokémon that will fight by your side like Alolan Exeggutor, Mimikyu, Solgaleo, and Lunala. While it can be played between just two people with each option, Squad Strike could be the ultimate crew battle option for big Smash Bros. events and parties.

Another welcome addition is the inclusion of a structured Tourney mode, so players in larger groups can spend less time making brackets and more time competing.

Smashdown: After every battle in Smashdown, the selected characters no longer become available. Players will battle against each other in a series of matches, but the roster gets smaller with each bout.

Like this: