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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime was in attendance at The Game Awards where Nintendo unveiled Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s first DLC pack character. After the show ended, IGN caught up with the executive to talk about what fans can expect regarding future additional content in the future.

Reggie shared the following:

Much like North America, Europe has its own limited edition for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Take a closer look at its contents in the video below. 

Nintendo has published a trio of commercials for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Find the full set of adverts below.

In just a short while, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be going down for maintenance. Nintendo is temporarily disabling online functionality in order to “improve your experience”.

Maintenance will take place during the following times:

One of the most surprising announcements made during The Game Awards last night is the inclusion of Joker from Persona 5 as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s first DLC pack character. To celebrate the news, Atlus shared some art on social media. We’ve attached it above.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has revealed a new DLC character for its first pack. Joker from Persona 5 is on the way, Nintendo announced at The Game Awards.

Here’s the trailer in both English and Japanese:

Nintendo has posted the full patch notes for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate version 1.1.0. It’s confirmed to add a hard difficulty in Adventure mode, enable online features, and more.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Just like Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate makes use of amiibo. However, there’s one figure this time around that has special functionality.

Do you happen to have one of those Timmy & Tommy amiibo lying around from the Animal Crossing series? If so, you can put it to good use in the new Switch game.

Nintendo has finally activated the servers for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, meaning we’re able to get a look at how the game performs online. Have a look at some footage below.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate finally launches tomorrow, and the game’s review embargo has finally lifted. We’ll be rounding up some of the early verdicts below.