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Super Smash Bros. 4: DLCs and Game Feature Updates Revealed; Amiibo Craze Still At Large

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August 19
12:18 PM 2015

Super Smash Bros. 4 as of recently, has released a number of DLC announcements and news for people to be aware of. But the DLC characters are not the only ones to feel the changes, as other factors of the game have also been addressed by Nintendo.

iDigital Times reported that there will be new DLC characters to join the roster sometime soon. As for the other attributes that are to be noted, added costumes for some characters of the game have been updated by the developers.

A recent report by Day Herald enumerates the characters whose costumes have been updated by the said patch, specifically Mii-class alternative outfits. Some of the characters noted were K.K., Slider, King K. Rool and Chrom, with others that are yet to be finalized.

Apart from the vast roster of Super Smash Bros. 4 being maxed up to 55 playable characters, N64 maps will be part of the update, as well as an additional tourney mode. More importantly to note, as delivered by Vine Report, some characters received updates in terms of attack properties and such. Lucina, Marth, Robin, Palutena, Lucas and Wii Fit Trainer have received their share of acknowledgeable changes.

The DLC characters most resoundingly rumored to be part of the lineup include Ryu, Lucas, Roy and Mewtwo. One character to be included in the list is the half-genie Shantae, whose release date and further details are yet to be announced clearly.

Most players that await the installment are primarily curious of the amiibo that comes along with game. Some DLC characters already have their corresponding amiibo, while some of them are for release on distributed dates towards the end of the.

With updates that can only go so far, the recent updates made to Super Smash Bros. 4 are what the fans should hold on to, especially since the DLCs of the game are yet to be completed.

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