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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will not have all the scenarios of the series

Players can enjoy the multiplayer with a pair of Joy-ConSuper Smash Bros Ultimate

Even though Nintendo offered a lot of information about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in E3 2018, the player community still has several questions about the new title. The game seems to be a kind of final version of the brawler so it will have all the characters of the franchise.

During an interview with Famitsu, Bill Trinen and Nate Bihldorff of Nintendo of America confirmed that the same will not happen with the scenarios of the series. Both members of the company noted that not all stages will be available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

On the other hand, they pointed out that there will be no difference between the sands while playing in Switch TV and portable mode. The original 3DS stages will be present with updated graphics. They also pointed out that what was shown in E3 was only a small part of the title, so players can expect different game modes.

At the moment, there are no plans to conduct network tests or launch a demo of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, there is a possibility that Nintendo organizes a Beta prior to launch.

As for balance tasks, Trinen and Bihldorff were questioned about whether professional players collaborate with Nintendo. The answer was that the whole design is in charge of Masahiro Sakurai, who will adjust the parameters of the fighters.

The development team continues working on this section because the game that was shown in E3 will not be the final version. Finally, it was commented that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate can be played with a pair of Joy-Con. Nintendo will launch GameCube controls and adapters with a new logo. In the interview, it was clarified that the GameCube controls can only be used in TV mode.

Before the doubts of the players, Nintendo assured that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is not a port. The company prepares one more amiibo line for the arrival of this delivery. One of the novelties of the game will be the arrival of Ridley, a villain of the Metroid series.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch from December 7



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