Super Smash Bros. 4 Latest News: Nintendo announces new DLC inclusions; Character Amiibo release dates confirmed
Nintendo's anticipated Super Smash Bros. 4 DLC can be one of the most vital parts of the said game. As fans are immensely crazed for these additions, the amiibo that the corresponding characters have is another heap of important factors to look after. Nintendo now gave the public the list of DLC amiibo that the gamers must prepare for.
From a report by iDigital Times, the upcoming downloadable content includes Mewtwo, Lucas, Roy and Ryu to the existing cast. Fans may already assume, that after the said character launch, their amiibo will also come together alongside the release. However, gamers may have to stay put for the said amiibo, as no specific release date has been announced yet.
As some players may know, these NFC items permits players to purchase up their own preferred characters, prepare them for combat by training and carry them along while battling against opposing characters. Oddly enough, it was November of 2014 that Nintendo launched their primary batch of Super Smash Bros. amiibo, and up to this day, they are still gradually releasing the amiibo for the characters in Super Smash Bros. 4, teasing the fans to wait for each one.
According to Realty Today, there are a handful of characters who are to join the roster of Super Smash Bros. 4 characters that are already in the game, such as Ness and Toon Link. Falco is still to be awaited upon, as it is bound to hit stores by year-end, but come September, fans will be able to get their hands on Bowser Jr., Duck Hunt Dog, Dr. Mario, Ganondorf, Mii Brawler, Swordfighter and Gunner, Olimar, Zero Suit Samus and Mr. Game Watch.
Players may also presume that the installments of the game will come more often, perhaps on a yearly basis, if to refer to the consistency of the company's updates. Game Spot reported that Scott Moffitt from Nintendo of America said that giving players surprises is a key part of the more fruitful gaming experience. Thus, slightly stalling and teasing may be the strategy, instead of a yearly launch of patches and new games.
The sense of excitement is one approach that Nintendo may have applied for the Super Smash Bros. 4 DLC, and that may also explain the slow but sure delivery of their downloadable contents. Stay posted for more information on Super Smash Bros. in the future.