Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming to a close as the final character has been revealed. On Tuesday, October 5th, Nintendo released a video presentation revealing the final character to appear on Smash Bros Ultimate. During the video presentation, Masahiro Sakurai, announced Sora from Kingdom Hearts. Furthermore, Nintendo did not delay in showing all that the new opponent could do showcasing the playability and moveset of the character.
Sora Enters the Arena
Ultimately, Sora from Kingdom hearts has been decided to be the final character that will appear in this version of Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Additionally, this will be the final DLC for the game update that will elegible on October 18. However, Sora’s character is not the only thing included in the Challenger Pack 11. There are new stage arenas (Hollow Bastion) and a selection of music tracks have migrated from the Kingdom Hearts franchise.
Apparently, Nintendo has been stretching out the Super Smash Bros experience by three years, releasing timely DLC to elongate the game’s performance. Fortunately, it was a strategy that has worked for them. Now, that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has concluded, the company will have to think about new ideas to refresh it’s battle royale character rumble.
Now, that Sora has been revealed, let’s look at his moves and playability as demonstrated in the following video. Furthermore, by understanding how to use Sora more effectively, the greater one’s chances are at winning the battle royale.
Accordingly, his moveset, Sora’s jumps are high and his movements are light and soft. Furthermore, Sora’s powerful, combo-based attacks using his keyblade form him into a formidable challenger.
And, with a series of intuitive button presses, Sora can perform all types of different combos with his keyblade. Among the moves, Sora can execute straight-on attacks, aerial moves, or side smashes. Likewise, as in Kingdom Hearts, his character can also use magic. Sora can perform Firaga, Thundaga and Blizzaga spells. During the battle, Sora can activate his Final Smash, called “Sealing the Keyhole,” to send his worthy opponents flying.
Nintendo Promo Deal
Additionally, Nintendo is offering a promo deals to fans that will coinside with the DLC release. Moreover, players can earn Gold Points when they purchase the digital version of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate or select Super Smash Bros. DLC through the Nintendo eShop via Nintendo.com. Unfortunately, the offer ends 10/24 at 11:59 p.m. PT.