Get your first look at the 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Adventure Mode

Get your first look at the 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate' Adventure Mode

Darren Sullivan
November 2, 2018

Nintendo has confirmed plans to support Super Smash Bros. The final roster seems to disregard the leak that took place in October, which suggested Banjo-Kazooie would be added to the game, though the Microsoft-owned character could still be added to the game in future DLC.

The Spirits Mode was also shown, which entails certain differently powdered characters from Nintendo history giving fighters extra abilities, sort of like Super Smash Bros.

Instead there are collectable objects called spirits, with the main story mode revolving around all the Nintendo characters (except apparently Kirby) becoming merely disembodied souls.

In it, the final two fighters were revealed to be Street Fighter's Ken - an Echo Fighter of Ryu with more kicking - and the fire-fighting type Pokemon Incineroar, rounding off the list to 74 total fighters at launch. But the Master Hands transform into looping beams of light that carry away the characters, turning them into spirits. You'll explore a map and encounter other fighters.

Nintendo posted the following details about the characters to Twitter during the announcement livestream.

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As of this writing, there is no word if and what Super Smash Bros.

Each set will contain a new playable character (not an Echo Fighter variant of an existing one, like Dark Samus), a new stage and several music tracks.

Nintendo also promised future expansions of more characters through downloadable fighter passes.

Speaking of Mii Fighters, they get a bunch of new outfits including Yiga Clan, Splatoon 2, Ribbon Girl, Chibi-Robo, Ray Mk III, and Toy-Con.

The first of the DLC roster additions is the Piranha Plant, who will be free shortly after launch.