Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Debuts Devil May Cry, Skyrim Mii Fighters (VIDEO)
Though only a select few ever get that coveted invitation, characters that don’t make the cut for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate often get a second chance as a Mii Fighter costume. With the reveal of an all-new fighter showcase, today is that day once again, debuting a look at all the new crossover characters that will soon grace the game in classic Mii fashion. Of the latest batch of debuts, representatives from Devil May Cry and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim are now confirmed to be coming to Ultimate.
Headlining the Round 10 set of additions, the horn-helmeted Dragonborn from Skyrim and Dante from the Devil May Cry games both arrive as spot-on skin recreations for the Mii Swordfighter. Hair-savvy platforming staple Shantae comes to Smash as a Mii Brawler, though, the half-genie hero also includes a special music track for her debut. Last but not least, Tales of Symphonia also gets some love with a spiffy Lloyd Swordfighter costume. Check out the Miis in action below.
This new round of Mii Fighter costumes is to become available as DLC starting June 29th, with each going for the usual $0.75 USD each. This particular batch of Miis is especially notable for its introduction of Dante and Shantae, as fans have long clamored for the characters to be added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate — though, as full-fledged characters rather than costumes. In a similar fashion, last year saw Super Mario RPG character Geno also debut as a Mii costume following heavy request efforts from the community.
The reveal of this latest Mii Fighter collection arrives alongside the latest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate event, which centered around the addition of Tekken’s Kazuya Mishima. With the demon-transforming character debuting tomorrow, the occasion marks the penultimate addition to Fighters Pass Vol. 2, leaving only one final DLC (and likely an accompanying batch of Mii Fighter costumes) before the pass runs out. There’s certainly the slimmest chance that more fighters could debut afterward, but such plans have yet to be announced.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available now for Nintendo Switch.
What do you think? Are you excited about these latest Mii Fighter costumes, or would you have preferred a full Super Smash Bros. Ultimate debut for a certain character? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more DLC headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:
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