Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Adds Tekken’s Kazuya (VIDEO)
As expected, the folks over at Nintendo kicked off its E3 2021 presentation with a blast, revealing the latest upcoming fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. While the game’s legion of fans have had varying theories on who it could be, it’s been revealed that Tekken’s Kazuya Mishima is the character that’ll be joining the star-studded cast in the coming months.
As revealed during the first few moments of Nintendo’s E3 2021 presentation, Tekken’s Kazuya Mishima is coming soon to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The reveal kicks off rather hilariously, with Kazuya using one of his signature moves to dispose of his foes. That’s right, he yeeted some people into a volcano. Check out the reveal trailer below:
The good news is that Kazuya is definitely not another sword user, preferring to come up nice and close to pummel his opponents with his martial prowess. That doesn’t mean that he’s completely without range, though. That spooky special form of his allows him to diversify his moveset just enough to keep his foes guessing, and every foe he squares off against in the trailer is quickly vanquished save for that one puffy pink boi. Some of Kazuya’s moveset can be seen below:
As for when to expect Kazuya’s arrival to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, we needn’t wait long. Masahiro Sakurai confirmed during the presentation that there will be an in-depth presentation of the new fighter on June 28, so Kazuya’s release should happen shortly afterwards. For now, Pac-Man can finally rest easy knowing that he’ll no longer be the sole Namco rep.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available exclusively on Nintendo Switch.
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