Super Smash Bros Ultimate Leak Claims Undertale Character Is Next DLC Fighter (VIDEO)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate continues to be one of the top fighting games on the scene right now, and over half a year since its launch, it is continuing to excite players worldwide. The game recently regained a lot of attention online for the release of the latest DLC fighter, the Dragon Quest hero. The new fighter has intrigued many with his interesting new playstyle, and has made many wonder what the next DLC fighter might be. There have been many popular theories for a while now, but one Super Smash Bros Ultimate leak claims it will be an Undertale character.
The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate leak was reported by Blocked Content on YouTube. The rumors originate from 4chan, so they should not be taken as gospel truth, but the leaker claims that the next DLC character will be Frisk from Undertale. The leak also claims that the previously announced Banjo-Kazooie will release some time in September, and that Frisk will be released subsequently later in 2019.
Frisk, for those who may be unaware, is the silent protagonist of Undertale that the player controls. Ongoing memes have often requested for the NPC characters Sans or Papyrus to be fighters in the game, but just having some sort of Undertale content in Smash Bros would hopefully appease fans of the beloved game. Hopefully, Nintendo makes their plans for the rest of the DLC fighters known soon, and that the results are as refreshing as a nice piece of peach pie or plate of spaghetti. What do you guys think about this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate leak? Let us know in the comments below!
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