Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Announces New "Spirits" Mode

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Ultimate, which features Kirby as the long hero (and true savior, mind you) standing tall after an attack pretty much wipes out all the characters from the game, turning them into Spirits.

You may have caught the premiere of the new World of Light Adventure Mode trailer for Super Smash Bros.

One of the major revelations from the Direct was that there are no trophies in the game, unlike all the previous Smash Bros. The game supports a variety of controller options, including Nintendo GameCube controllers (original or newly designed), Joy-Con controllers or the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

You'll be able to specify certain rulesets for rooms online for matches.

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We also hope to learn more about the Spirits mode that Nintendo hinted at in its last Direct.

Ken Masters is joining Super Smash Bros. This time, you can knock assist trophies off the map, giving you a chance to avoid getting hit by their attacks. But it does contain a Mii Fighter outfit, and Xenoblade Spirits and music from the Xenoblade Chronicles. The presentation stated that the character is still in development and will be available several months after the game launches.

The Pokémon franchise's Incineroar will join the game as the Echo Fighter for Ryu. Each piece of DLC will come with a song, character, and stage for $5.99. A Fighters Pass will give players access to all five characters. All the characters won't be known yet, but the pass is $24.99. Ultimate's DLC plan is and if we can expect that roster to grow.