Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Will Feature A Single-Player Classic Mode

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Stages: Smash Bros. mastermind Masahiro Sakurai revealed Ultimate will have a rather absurd 103 stages. Ultimate as a playable fighter.

He's been widely requested from Smash players for quite a while, but Nintendo waited for their Super Smash Bros. They're not all new, of course - in fact, all the N64 stages will reappear in their old low-poly glory - but many are, including New Donk City Hall. This title will also introduce a stage swapping mechanic that allows players to change between two different maps while a match is going on. Songs are also grouped by series now, rather than being linked to specific stages, so whenever you play on any stage form any video game franchise, you'll have the chance to have any song from that franchise. But in Super Smash Bros. It boasts a number of Gothic enemies to battle, including Dracula himself every "blue moon", as well as Alucard as an assist trophy. Well, Sonic's friend Knuckles is here too, and so is Krystal from Star Fox, and Shovel Knight, and even frickin' Nikki from the 3DS Swapnote/Swapdoodle apps.

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Smashdown is also an elimination mode of sorts, but with a bit of a twist.

Another welcome addition is the inclusion of a structured Tourney mode, so players in larger groups can spend less time making brackets and more time competing. Ultimate was renamed to "Bloody Tears/Monster Dance", two music tracks from the Castlevania series that date back to the original NES entry in the series. This mode favors players who are skilled with multiple fighters and encourages others to diversify their rosters.

Classic Mode: The single-player mode in which players battle against a series of fighters will return in Super Smash Bros. Besides a new stage based on an actual grid that helps measure distance, it can also transition into a Battlefield-style stage complete with platforms. Ultimate. Each fighter has a set of stages and opponents that she or he will face.

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