The 4.0.0 update of Super Smash Bros Ultimate is in the pipeline, the patch should be published tomorrow or July 31 at the latest, but Nintendo of Europe wanted to clarify the lack of compatibility with the “old” replays.
Replays recorded before the 3.1.0 update will not be compatible with the next update in any way and the only way to continue viewing them will be to convert them to video format. To do this, simply go to the replay menu, select the data to be converted and start the process, which varies in length depending on the quantity and length of the clips.
But when will the 4.0.0 Super Smash Bros Ultimate update be released for Nintendo Switch? The company spoke generically of ” a planned launch within seven days “, according to some rumors the patch will be released in late July while others talk about August 4, the same day apparently scheduled for the release of Dragon Quest ‘s DLC Hero.
Just to ‘ Hero of Dragon Quest series is dedicated to the new Nintendo Direct scheduled for July 30 at 15:00, Italian time, led by producer Masahiro Sakurai and focused on the new character roster of Super Smash Bros Ultimate, announced at E3 Los Angeles is highly anticipated by the community and the beat-up Nintendo.
#SmashBrosUltimate replays created in versions before 3.1.0 are not compatible with 4.0.0, which releases within 7 days. If you have replays you want to keep, you'll need to convert them by going to Vault -> Replays -> Replay Data -> Convert to Video before updating the software.
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) July 29, 2019