Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct Will Focus On Pyra/Mythra
Despite being ‘just another anime sword user’, the recently announced addition of Pyra/Mythra to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has plenty of fans excited, particularly those that miss the golden days when Zelda and Sheik were one unit instead of two. Building on that hype, it’s been announced that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is getting its own Nintendo Direct dedicated to the new fighter from Xenoblade Chronicles 2.
Nintendo of America recently took to Twitter to announce a new presentation that will focus on Pyra/Mythra. The event will kick off on March 4th ant 6am PT and will feature a 35 minute long “in-depth look at the new Super #SmashBros.Ultimate DLC fighter, Pyra/Mythra, with Director Masahiro Sakurai.” The official release date for the fighter will also be revealed during the presentation.
Tune-in on 3/4 at 6am PT for an in-depth look at the new Super #SmashBrosUltimate DLC fighter, Pyra/Mythra, with Director Masahiro Sakurai. He will also reveal the fighter’s release date! pic.twitter.com/eSjrrgGqAk
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 24, 2021
The presentation by Masahiro Sakurai will likely resemble the one he did for Sephiroth back when the One-Winged Angel was announced for the game. As such, those tuning in will likely see an in-depth breakdown by Sakurai wherein he shows off the move set for both Pyra and Mythra, the quirks (if any) of the new stage, and size & strength comparisons between the new fighter and the existing roster.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
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