Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Isabelle, Pichu, And Pokemon Trainer Amiibo Coming Soon

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Amiibo

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate recently dropped one stellar update that not only added a handful of features that fans are sure to have some fun with, but also the highly-anticipated Joker DLC that adds the Persona 5 character to the fight. That said, in the midst of all of the hype, it was also revealed that a few new amiibo were on the way.

The new amiibo that will be arriving for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate are Animal Crossing’s Isabelle as well as the adorable Pichu and the Pokemon Trainer. Luckily, they are not too far away either, as Nintendo also revealed that they will be arriving this summer on July 26th. Get a better look at all of them in the tweet below:

As for the update that arrived for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a new Stage Builder has been added alongside a Video Editor and Smash World. You can read more about them right here, but we’ve got a few more details about each below:

  • Stage Builder: Players with big ideas for a personalized Super Smash Bros. Ultimate stage can let their creativity run wild with the new Stage Builder mode. By using in-game tools, players can add moving platforms, spinning traps and other unique features to their customized stages. By playing in Handheld mode, budding designers can even use the touch screen to freely draw and create, and use front and back layers to further decorate their stages. Designed stages will be available to play in a new tab on the Stage Select screen and can be shared online via the new Smash World service for the Nintendo Switch Online app.
  • Video EditorSuper Smash Bros. Ultimate video content that has been saved to a Nintendo Switch system can now be spliced together into a fun timeline presentation. Subtitles and sound effects can also be added to personalize the video, which can be exported and shared with the world through the new Smash World service for the Nintendo Switch Online app.
  • Smash World: Players can view shared videos and download stages created in Stage Builder to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in Smash World, a new service in the Nintendo Switch Online app. In Smash World, players can view recommended videos and even download custom stages shared by others online, giving players more ways than ever before to share their Super Smash Bros. Ultimate experience with friends.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is currently available on Nintendo Switch. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:

What say you, gamers? Are you excited to get your hands on these new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate amiibo? Have you been enjoying the new features that arrived with the recent update? Sound off in the comments section below, and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7!


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