A new trailer for "Super Smash Bros".
There's still hope for some fan favourites to appear in the game though as Nintendo announced that they will shortly begin work on new (i.e. not echo fighters) characters to be released as paid-for DLC.
Additionally, a featured song as well as an overview of the world map of the game are highlighted.
Incineroar, from Pokemon Sun and Moon, was the final character revealed. But the Master Hands transform into looping beams of light that carry away the characters, turning them into spirits.
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Of course, this starting roster of 74 is still the biggest in the series' history, and Nintendo will be building off it for years to come with future DLC.
Nintendo is keeping most of the mode's details under wraps until SSBU launches on Nintendo Switch, though it seems to tie into the Spirits mode. None of these will be Echo Fighters. The pass will cost $24.99 / £22.49 and will include a new stage and several music tracks for each fighter, as well as a bonus Mii Fighter outfit modeled after Xenoblade Chronicles 2's Rex. We expect this to be a story mode of some kind, following up on Super Smash Bros.
People who play with others can go online easily or press ZR to bring up the dashboard and enter local wireless. Ultimate, at least at launch. A season pass will be available called a Fighters Pass, which will offer all five of the scheduled DLC characters once they become available.
And of course, there was a spot for a Piranha Plant and Waluigi mention, just because. The presentation also touched upon more Assist Trophies.