Leaked details on possible Super Smash Bros Ultimate 3.0.0 update emerged online. Super Smash Bros Ultimate is a Nintendo crossover fighting game launched in 2018, that has received universal acclaim from critics.
It has been rumored that a significant Super Smash Bros Ultimate update is currently being worked on, even though a final release date has yet to be confirmed. Fans that are excited about it will only have to patiently wait for just a little bit longer, according to a new online leak.
As stated by this new leak, the Super Smash Bros Ultimate 3.0.0 is going to become available for players around the world on April 19th. It seems that the update will add support for Joker and Mementos Depth, while also bringing a Stage Builder mode and a brand new online mode, Duel Smash.
What will the future Super Smash Bros Ultimate 3.0.0 update supposedly bring to the game?
The Stage Builder mode has stirred up tremendous excitement, as it will allow players to create both generic stages and stages themed after Nintendo franchises. Unfortunately, users will not be able to exploit third-party franchises, but there is a possibility they will be able to use their music.
Duel Smash will be a 1-vs-1 mode where all stages are in Final Destination form, so it appears to be the ultimate variation of the For Glory mode included in Super Smash Bros for 3DS and Wii U.
Of course, we have to take everything with a grain of salt, until an official announcement from the direct source is released. After all, the leak comes from an anonymous source. The good news is it will not take the long to determine if the leak is real or not, as it assures the update will be released this week.
Until then, users can enjoy Super Smash Bros Ultimate which is now out on Nintendo Switch in all regions of the world.
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