Super Smash Bros Ultimate’s next fighter will be revealed tomorrow

Nintendo has announced that it will be revealing the next fighter for Super Smash Bros Ultimate tomorrow. The reveal video will be approximately 3 minutes long and that will be followed by a short message from series director Masahiro Sakurai. Nintendo is not giving any clues away as to who the next fighter could be for Super Smash Bros Ultimate, so it could be anyone that has appeared in a game that has featured on Nintendo’s platforms and that is a huge list.


Min Min from ARMS was the last character to be added to Super Smash Bros Ultimate as part of update 8.0.0. It is unlikely then that the next character will also be from ARMS, but you never know. Min Min was picked over “main” character like Spring Man quite simply ARMS Producer Yabuki-san said he wanted it to be so. Her spring-like arms are a key part of her ability set, able to curl and having different ranges depending on movement and tilt, but quite uniquely, her arms are controlled independently using the A and B buttons. This can be used to punch in two separate directions, or press A + B for a combined smash attack. Her weakness is that her punches are quite low by default and very directional, meaning that a short hop can get above them, even if you curl her punch.

In our review for Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Jason wrote:

Smash Bros. has often felt a bit like it was trying to do too much and while it has always been a fun series, the disparity between the fighting game and the party game didn’t always mesh well. Ultimate is the perfect fusion of the two styles. There are countless additions to it as a fighting game to keep the competitive players happy, but the new items and features make the party game the most exciting it could be. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate feels like one of the best written love letters to gaming that there has ever been, the care and attention given to each of the games represented is incredible. This is quite simply a must-play game, one that will keep you going for hundreds of hours with its single player alone, and with multiplayer that will keep you going for thousands.

You can read the full review here.

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