Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 3.1.0 Update Set To Roll Out This Week

Released in 2018 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is one of the most popular fighting games released for the Nintendo Switch console. The crossover title features a mixed roster filled with many of the most iconic Nintendo characters, among which we can count Mario and Link.

A solid selection of game modes is offered, including a rich single-player campaign and several multiplayer modes. Every playable character from the previous title is present, and along with new additions the players have access to over 70 characters.

The title received near-universal acclaim from players and reviewers alike, and a strong player base appeared after the release. Many reviewers praised the refined gameplay mechanics, the fact that there is a suitable character for everyone and the wealth of content.

Dynamic stages, power-ups, and strategic items make the experience even better. The easy-to-pick-up but hard to master control scheme asks players to use the directional schemes and three buttons. This may not seem to be too much, but an entire arsenal of moves can be initiated with their help.

New Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Update Set To Roll Out This Week

Nintendo offered excellent support for the title, and several patches improved the gameplay experience by adding new content, bug fixes, and character adjustments. The last major patch arrived in April, along with the first DLC pack which added Joker from Persona 5 as a playable character and several challenges.

Those who are looking forward to a new character will be disappointed to find out that the upcoming Super Smash Bors. Ultimate 3.1.0 update would be only a minor one. Several fighters will be adjusted, and those who like to watch old replays are advised to convert them before the patch comes.

“Ver 3.1.0 of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming this week! This update will include fighter adjustments, meaning replay data from previous versions will be incompatible. Convert your replays by going to Vault -> Replays -> Replay Data -> Convert to Video, before updating,” announced Nintendo on Twitter.

If you wish to do so go to Vault/Replay/Replay Data and choose the convert to video option. The new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate update will launch later this week.

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