Published: Sat, June 15, 2019
IT | By Lester Massey

E3 2019: Banjo-Kazooie, Dragon Quest Join Smash Bros. Ultimate

E3 2019: Banjo-Kazooie, Dragon Quest Join Smash Bros. Ultimate

Earlier in the Direct, Nintendo announced Dragon Quest XI Hero as another DLC challenger - he doesn't actually have a name, and is simply referred to as "Hero". Ultimate that will excite any Dragon Quest fan. If mid-game switching is possible, the fluidity of that switch will be interesting to see considering the stark differences between the two. Now, Nintendo has announced a slew of characters from the game are also arriving in Smash Bros. Yep, during an interview with Mashable at E3 2019, Animal Crossing: New Horizons project lead Aya Kyogoku confirmed Mr. Resetti would be replaced at the Reset Surveillance Center by a new auto-save function. A "fighters pass" is additionally available, which packages all DLC packs for $24.99, making them accessible when they're out. He comes at the end to give the stand-in player character a hefty bill for their private island getaway.

The Super Smash Bros. In 2008, Nintendo conducted a three-week long poll asking fans for their most desired additions to the Smash lineup. His screeds even got lengthier every time (though he did soften up some in Animal Crossing: New Leaf) he caught you messing with the timeline.


Well, we've got some upsetting news to share today. Banjo and Kazooie will join a roster of over 70 characters strong, including characters from Microsoft, Sega, and Sony.

Though the game was supposed to come in 2019, Nintendo needs a little more time. Of course, these new Smash heroes will also bring their own set of moves.

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