Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo's latest bet for the year to be released on December 7th, has already broken the bookings and the ability of some players to play it has allowed us to know certain details of the game.
Captured screens can be customized through the pause menu: There are several filters and frames, and you can disable the effects of visits, deactivate the "spin button" and something that will allow you to activate "frame by frame" even if you do not He knows very well what he means. These are the confirmed frames and filters:
Frames: CinemaScope, film, art, parchment, canvas, concentric black lines, white concentric lines, flowers, star, black brush, white brush, black logo 1 to 4, white logo 1 to 4
Filters: Middle, Bright, Clear, Green, Red, Shadow, Sepia, Retro, Soft, Comic, Manga, Shock,
More details about Tropa Smash and Smash Total were shared:
Squad Strike has three options: The first option is a continuous battle where the winner will stay as long as you win ("After a fighter is a KO, the next fighter will appear without problems"). The second option allows the winner to start a new battle with the same fighter and the loser will have to change another fighter ("The winner will start a new battle with the next opponent"). Finally, there is the best of the battle where both players have to move to a different fighter after each game ("Each pair of fighters is matched, the winner does not hold").
Total Smash: The first is a battle to the end ("Fight in any battle, even if there is no chance to reappear"), followed by a battle until a winner is resolved ("Total Smash ends when you can not recover") Finally, the last option is a complete battle ("The maximum number of battles to be played").
Some Mii suits are eliminated with respect to the previous delivery: The costumes of at least Mega Man, Sonic, Monster Hunter, Tekken and Geno are not present.
The snake codecs are back, but they only look for the characters who appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which means no new dialogue lines have been created for characters who have not appeared in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has 1034 songs: Dataminers have confirmed that there are 1034 tunes in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that we will be able to listen even when we have our Nintendo Switch in standby mode.
Wii Shop Channel song will be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: The mythical Wii Shop Channel song is one of 1034 songs mentioned above, but unfortunately we still do not know how the remix sounds.