Nintendo insider is teasing the return of Super Smash Bros.

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Now that Starfield is finally (nearly) out of the picture, Bloodborne, Grand Theft Auto 6, and Super Smash Bros. rumors are back on track. Like clockwork, everyone is speculating about the future of the best-selling franchise and scratching their brains. You might wonder what’s causing this hysteria. None other than Papa Genos, a Nintendo leaker who, depending on who you ask, is either a prophet of truth or a magician of disappointment. While their track record is not perfect, certain information has been accurate, such as the Metroid Prime Remaster and the Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 leak. Therefore, while some detest his arrogant attitude, others are eager to find out if the stories are true.

The Nintendo Switch“>Nintendo Switch 2 will be needing a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and a Deluxe Ultimate edition definitely fits the bill.

Let’s go right to the point now. Papa Genos has been making assertions about the franchise that are somewhat nebulous, saying merely that it might be “returning in some capacity sometime soon.” Another game? Most likely not. The director of the series, Masahiro Sakurai, has stated publicly that he hasn’t even begun work on a new episode. To be honest, Sakurai views Super Smash Bros. as his baby, a game that is inextricably linked to who he is. He has made it clear that he believes it would take an enormous effort to fire him from the franchise. We’re dealing with speculation and rumors here, though, as Nintendo hasn’t released any official word.

With the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, a game that is essentially an encyclopedia of crossover video games, Nintendo made it apparent that it was ending development on the franchise. So, DLC is on the way? That may not be such a crazy notion after all.Since DLC for MarioKart 8 has been so successful, why not Smash? The best part is that fans are eager to spend money.

Nintendo is in a position where fans are prepared to part with money for any new content linked to the Super Smash Bros. franchise, whether it crossover outfits or extra skins.

It’s difficult not to wish for anything Nintendo could create, such as dressing Zelda (yes, the princess, not Link) like Samus Aran in a Zero Suit or having Donkey Kong wear Mario’s overalls and cap.

In the end, it’s about time Smash received a Mario Kart makeover, adding a ton of new material to prolong its life.

We’ve seen so many new characters hit Super Smash Bros. over the years that it we’re not ruling out anything or anyone anymore.

This leads us to the most likely outcome, which is the release of a new Ultimate Deluxe version designed especially for the upcoming Nintendo system, which has been likened to the PlayStation 5.

A whole bundle with all the fighters, updates, and stage DLC—possibly even a brand-new expansion fighter pass? To a certain degree, it makes sense. Smash Ultimate is far too big of a game to be ignored. Why can’t Super Smash Bros. get a longer lifespan if Mario Kart 8 can? If anything, the game merits an equally impressive—if not more so—return.

Although the concept of an Ultimate Deluxe sounds amazing, it also challenges the premise that the game would be relevant for the Nintendo system of the future generation. The game would be more than just a reworked version for a new system with the whole roster, all of the DLC included, and more fighters planned for release in the future. It would be a whole immersive experience that would be enjoyable to play through again and again. This potential Ultimate Deluxe would extend the game’s customizability and endurance by retaining the Mii fighter costumes as paid DLC. Therefore, even if a completely new game isn’t released very soon, an improved version would still be a great offer.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Deluxe may be a launch title for the next Nintendo console.

But for the time being, as Churchill put it, all we have are riddles wrapped in mysteries inside an enigma. Now, all fans are waiting impatiently for formal announcements, sorting through rumors and leaks in the hopes that, perhaps, this is one of the rare occasions the oracle is telling the truth.

In any case, one thing is certain: Super Smash Bros. has a fan following that is eager for additional games. There won’t be a new game in this franchise, nor a DLC, or perhaps both. It has established a legacy, and the events of the future will only confirm it.

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