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Next December 7, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate It will celebrate 3 years in the market, same in which it has delighted the majority of its fans and has fulfilled the promise of bringing the largest number of characters in the history of the franchise. Sora’s arrival, coming from Kingdom Hearts, was the last character to join the battle and soon the same will happen with the balance of the fighters.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate reaches the end of its cycle

Through a publication on the Nintendo VS account for the United Kingdom, it was reported that the next balance and adjustment patch for characters will be the last to arrive. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, so this marks the closure of the updates that were responsible for polishing the gaming experience. According to the information, this update that will make the game in Version 13.0.1 will influence the replay files of previous versions so they will no longer be compatible.

The latest update of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate approaches

In the wake of the post, some players took advantage of the announcement to suggest some changes for their favorite characters knowing that this will be the last chance for them to take place.

As of yet, no release date has been revealed for the next and final update of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in terms of balance and adjustments, but it is expected to be before the end of the year and even coinciding with the third anniversary of its launch.

Thus, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate It has reached the end of its active cycle, but there is much to play and have fun because it will take years to see a new installment after what Masahiro Sakurai did, creator of the franchise who is now enjoying a well-deserved vacation.

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