Terry Bogard joins Super Smash Bros Ultimate later this year, this came as an announcement in the September Nintendo Direct, revealing the 4th DLC character in the SSBU fighters pass. The most recent character release was 'The Hero', however there is a new face in town as Banjo-Kazooie joing the fight. Among the new characters, we were also told that many more are in development, potentially hinting at a fighters pass 2; we recently covered some new characters for the fighters pass 2 that should be included.
Along with these chraracter announcements, new Mii Fighter costumes are being added to the fighting game meaning there is plenty of new content for this exciting fighting game. Here's what was announced.
Terry Faces The Fury
Terry Bogard, from the 1991 game Fatal Fury for the Neo Geo system, will be joining as the 4th DLC character in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Terry will be added as Challenger Pack 4 and to the Fighters Pass for players to enjoy, he's set to release sometime in November 2019.
Currently, there is no news on how this character will work but it wont be long before we find out a bit more about him. It can be assumed his move set will be very similar to the Fatal Fury game.
The long wait for everyone's favourite bear-bird duo has been released TODAY. Banjo-Kazooie looks like a very versatile character using a lot of their staple moves from games past. Despite not revealing much about the character during the Nintendo Direct, they did get a dedicated 25 minute video explaining how they work.
New Fighters In Development And Possible Fighters Pass 2
During the Super Smash Bro Ultimate section of the Nintendo Direct, it was announced that more fighters are now in development. Not only are we due one last fighter in the fighters pass, more are set to come with many expecting a second fighters pass to come with it; which is obviously dependant on the number of characters they plan to include.
New Mii Costumes
Finally a number of new Mii costumes have been added to Super Smash Bros Ultimate from games including Mystical Ninja, Mega Man, Mega Man X, Pokemon and Undertale. These will cost $0.75 each.
Written ByChris Trout@TheTrout91