Super Smash Bros. Ultimate datamining points to Dragon Quest DLC character

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate datamining points to Dragon Quest DLC character”

Throughout the weekend, characters from the NES, Famicom, and the Famicom Disk System-such as the Balloon Fighter and Donkey Kong Jr. -will appear much more frequently on the Spirit Board. One of them is Piranha Plant, a confirmed DLC fighter. Ultimate DLC fighters is Jack, by the character's codename, and it could refer to the Joker personage from Persona 5.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available now exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. Ultimate, as the Dragon Quest character had been pointed to possibly being a new character in a leak back in the middle of December.

According to the information presented on ResetEra by the user MondoMega, one of the next Super Smash Bros. Jack may be a reference to Jack Frost, the mascot monster of the Shin Megami Tensei series. Joker should come out after Piranha Plant, who's the first DLC character coming to the game before February 15, 2019.

There is quite a lot of new players jumping on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate getting Dragon Quest XI's hero has been "achieved through active collaboration on Square [Enix]'s side".

The second one of the next fighters that would come to Super Smash Bros. "Params in Ultimate confirm the code names of 2 future characters, "jack" and "brave". As noted by dataminer BenArthur_7, a member of the Smash group Kurogane Hammer which originally uncovered the fearless parameter, the Japanese name for the hero in Dragon Quest 3 can be read as "brave man".

This is not the first time that Erdrick has been at the center of discussion regarding a DLC character roster leak for Super Smash Bros.

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