Nintendo has revealed Sephiroth – the villain from Final Fantasy VII – as the next fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate during The Game Awards. In a short short clip, he confronts the Smash Bros. – Including Final Fantasy VII protagonist – go head to head with the famous villain. The video then scrolls to show Sephiroth working with both gameplay and animation scene. Of course, all of that culminated with confronting Cloud and Sephiroth, at which point Sephiroth mocked what appeared to be his last smash: the one-wing angel.
Sephiroth is set to join the Smash Bros. Ultimate sometime this month. While Nintendo did not share any other details about the character during The Game Awards, the company announced that it will air a video show about Sephiroth next week, on December 17. The broadcast will begin at 2 PM PDT / 5 PM ET. It will be hosted by director Masahiro Sakurai, who will give another look at the upcoming DLC fighter and reveal when it will be released.
Each of the DLC characters for Smash Bros. Ultimate along with a new stage, plus a bunch of tracks and some new lives. That should be the case for Sephiroth as well, and we’ll likely learn more about these during next week’s broadcast. Meanwhile, you can check out some Sephiroth screenshots below.
Smash Bros. Ultimate has a history of ads at The Game Awards. In 2018, Nintendo used The Game Awards to surprise announce the game’s first DLC character: Joker from Persona 5. This character arrived as part of the first Fighters Pass, which also featured Hero from Dragon Quest, Banjo, Kazooie, Terry Bogard, and Blythe from Fire Emblem: Three houses.
This collection of DLC is complete, and Nintendo is now releasing characters as part of Fighters Pass Vol 2. So far, it has included Min Min from Arms and Steve from Minecraft. There will be six fighters in total as part of the Fighters Pass Vol. 2, which means that there are still three more fighters to be revealed after Sephiroth. The card costs $ 30 to buy, which is a slight savings from purchasing the characters at $ 6 each on demand.
Cloud himself originally appeared as DLC in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Longtime fans have noted that Ultimate is low on the eggs and music of Square Enix Easter, compared to what has been added for Pac-Man, Banjo-Kazooie, and other non-Nintendo characters: it is possible that the Sephiroth add-on could be used to correct this.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is one of Nintendo’s most successful Switch games, with its units currently numbering more than 21 million according to the company. The latest sales data. This just puts it behind Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (29 million) and Animal Crossing: New Horizons (26 million).
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