Published On: Thu, Apr 18th, 2019

Reminder: You Can Now Play As Joker In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Update: Nintendo’s servers seem to be experiencing some technical difficulties.


After months of rumours, conjecture and teasers, Version 3.0 of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has finally arrived. What does this mean? Most of all it means we can play as Joker from Persona 5 if you’ve purchased a initial Challenger Pack or a Fighters Pass.

Apart from a renouned Atlus impression fasten a register as a paid DLC fighter, a Version 3.0 refurbish adds a lot of additional calm and modes to a game, wholly for free. This includes a Stage Builder – as formerly rumoured, a video editor, a new common calm mode and Smash World. To find out some-more about all of this, take a demeanour during a next video or check out a prior post.

If that wasn’t enough, Nintendo has also recover a initial turn of Mii Fighter costumes. These new costumes are formed on Persona 5, Persona 4, Persona 3 and Sonic The Hedgehog. If you’re meddlesome in any of them, you’ll need to flare out a bit more, as they are not enclosed in a Fighters Pass.

If you’re still on a fence, we can always opt with a standalone Challenger Pack. This will set we behind $5.99 / £5.39 and includes Joker, a Mementos stage, and 11 Persona song tracks. If we squeeze this initial pack, you’ll also accept entrance to a Joker track in Classic Mode and open adult a special chronicle of a Spirit Board. Alternatively, we can go with a Fighters Pass for $24.99 / £22.49, that gives we entrance to Joker and 4 other Challenger Packs – it’s also cheaper in a prolonged run.

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