The official Twitter feed of Nintendo Europe has today revealed that the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition box will include a copy of the game, a Nintendo GameCube Controller Super Smash Bros. edition and a Nintendo GameCube Controller adapter.
The highly anticipated Super Smash Bros. Ultimate edition of the game will be available to play on 7th December 2018 and takes the form of a fighting game developed by Bandai Namco Studios and Sora Ltd. and published by Nintendo. Within Super Smash Bros. Ultimate each character has a unique set of moves and abilities, as well as a powerful Final Smash attack that often affects all opponents on the field, triggered by activating a Smash Ball power-up that appears on the field.
The game offers a number of multiplayer game modes including “”versus” mode where up to four opponents, either human or computer-controlled, can battle against each other; a “smash” mode that allows up to 8 players to battle individually or as teams. Ultimate introduces several new modes: a Tourney mode for up to 32 players, creating the elimination playoff brackets for the players; a Smashdown mode where once a character has been selected and used in a round, the character no longer becomes available to play; and a Smash Squad mode where two players or teams use a set of either three of five selected fighters; when one fighter is eliminated, the next fighter for that side is brought into play. The game also includes single player modes for practice and training, as well as a return of its Classic single player campaign, where the player is given a unique set of battles to complete specific for each playable character in the game”. For more information jump over to the official Nintendo website.
Releasing alongside the regular edition on 07/12, Super #SmashBros Ultimate – Limited Edition contains a copy of the game, a Nintendo GameCube Controller Super Smash Bros. edition and a Nintendo GameCube Controller adapter! pic.twitter.com/HgT0PilE2C
— Nintendo UK VS (@NintendoUKVS) 8 August 2018
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