Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC 5 Leaked Characters Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC5 is launching soon, and gamers are making guesses on fan forums regarding the upcoming characters. The current DLC 5 fighters range from modern tittles such as Solid Snake, Incineroar, and Bayonetta to 1980s classic characters like the Mario Brothers, Mr. Game & Watch, and more. Several Super Smash Bros leakers are providing information gradually disconfirming the individual characters that will not be a part of the game. Vergeben is one of the most reliable and active leakers providing information through the GameFAQ forum, confirming the new fighters. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Characters Who Won’t Be DLC5 If the Vergeben leaks are correct, then removing the Bandai Namco and Level-5 will rule out information about most of the speculated characters. The absence of Bandai Namco characters from the list rules out several famous classic and modern characters such as: Ms. Pacman Takken beat them ups The Soul Calibur Dark Souls Katamari, and more.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Potential Characters Can Still Be DLC5 As we know, the new DLC list of potential characters is getting shorter by the day. However, a few fighter names are still in the running including: Overwatch’s Tracer. Crash Bandicoot. Halo Series from the Mater Chief. Tomb Raider from the Lara Croft Other than that, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will also introduce new fighters that only buyers can access using Fighters Pass. Big names are: Joker from Banjo, Persona 5, and Kazooie. An amalgamation of the four Dragon Quest protagonists. Terry from the Fatal Fury.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Previously Leaked and Rumored Characters Here is the list of the crossover fighting game i.e., Super Smash Bros. Ultimate based on Sabi and Vergeben’s information. Crash Bandicoot Waluigi Dante from Devil May Cry Doomguy from Doom Geno from Super Mario RPG: Legends of the Seven Stars. Gordon Freeman from Half-Life. Lloyd Irving from Tales of Symphonia RyuHayabusa from Ninja Gaiden
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