Last week during the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct before the release of the game in December, the director Masahiro Sakurai confirmed that a total of 5 DLC fighters will be available and that the team will work "really difficult" to develop this content. This statement has not surprisingly led to direct speculation about the fighters that could be added to the list – with the demands of wild characters that once again fired in the Nintendo direction.
In the latest news, the director of the game has now released several English-speaking tweets in order to prevent an attack on wrestling by the fans of the game. Sakurai discovered the DLC line for Ultimate is already locked. Unlike the ballot for help in selecting DLC characters Super Smash numbers Vii U and 3DS, this time Nintendo has selected additional fighters. Here are official tweets from Sakurai-san:
So, there you have – forwarding messages to Nintendo or Sakurai by requiring certain fighters for the upcoming Smash game is no longer necessary. When you say so, it will probably not stop rumors about which exact characters will be published in the future.
What do you think of the posts of the Sakurai tweeter? Are you happy to hear Nintendo already picking DLC fighters? Tell us in comments.