• New Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Will Have Ryu Hayabusa, Steve from Minecraft, and Doom Guy
  • New Super Smash Bros. Ultimate New Leak Revealed (Ryu Hayabusa, Steve from Minecraft and Doom Guy) Will Be In The Game

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate New Leak Revealed Ryu Hayabusa, Steve from Minecraft and Doom Guy Will Be In The Game. A new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Character DLC leak has oversided that lists some interesting additions to the roster.

 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate New Characters

This new leak comes from the 5Channel. The leak also states P5R will release in the first half of 2019. Atlus teased Persona 5 R lately, claiming new information for March.

It also claimed Erdrick from the Dragon Quest series  was headed to the game with Anlucia (Dragon Quest X) and the Dragon Quest XI protagonist to be available as Pallet Swaps. The leak states Dragon Quest XI S and more Dragon Quest games will be released in 2019 for the Switch with Nintendo publishing XI S themselves. Erdrick’s chances of inclusion as a DLC character are really strong right now.

Ryu Hayabusa from the Ninja Gaiden series was also suggested. The post claims there’s a Ninja Gaiden 30th anniversary project in development with a new game planned for 2019 although the leaker isn’t sure if its a new game or a remaster of some sort.

Steve from Minecraft is also mentioned and slated to be announced at E3 2019. Steve will have Alex and Master Chief as Pallet Swaps. Steve was originally planned for the main roster but will now be released later to promote DLC for Minecraft Dungeons.

A.K.A DOOM Guy is the first character listed and expected to be announced at E3 2019. DOOM Guy will have his DOOM64 attire as a Pallet Swap and is intended to be a promotion for DOOM Eternal.

It will really be awesome to see these new characters in the game, speaking of that let's also know your thoughts in the comments section.



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