Min Min is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate new character

Min Min is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate new character

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is definitely the most popular fighting game on Nintendo consoles. Not only it is addictive and exciting, but it also features one of the biggest rosters of fighters if not the biggest. The base game includes 74 characters taken from other games from the Japanese company, including franchises like The Legend of Zelda, Super Mario Bros. or Pokémon, but also other iconic characters from third-party developers such as Square Enix, SNK, Bandai, Konami, Sega, and many others. The result is an impressive fighting game that has become the favorite of those who play on Nintendo consoles.



But if you think that 74 characters are a lot to choose from in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, you should know that Nintendo keeps adding more to that list via DLC. That is exactly what happened yesterday when the latest Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighter was announced. It's no other than Min Min, the infamous ramen bomber from ARMS, which is another popular fighting game for Nintendo Switch where the characters fight using their extendable arms. Of course, Min Min will fight in the same way in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and their arms will allow her to hit enemies from afar while she is relatively safe. She can also use her Final smash move to request the aid of other ARMS characters and destroy her opponents. 



Min Min DLC is coming on June 30 to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and it will also bring a new stage, Spring Stadium, which includes several jump platforms and drones that will drop loot. The DLC is also part of the second Fighter Pass for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which includes a total of six new fighters that are to be released through 2021. Of course, if you have not tried Super Smash Bros. Ultimate yet and you want to have some fun with your friends, feel free to visit out comparator anytime to find it at the best price.


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