Sakurai: Super Smash Bros. Will No Longer Have an Extended Roster like the Ultimate One

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: The Protagonists of Dragon Quest Xi Arrive in the New DLC

Through the pages of Famitsu, the Masahiro Sakurai has expressed some of its considerations on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and on the future to which the famous crossover series of Nintendo will meet.

Sakurai, first of all, made it clear that his commitment to support Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will not be interrupted soon, and that at the moment he does not intend to use his resources on other projects that might distract him: “However much it is much easier to manage the team for the DLC instead of the basic game, there are still so many things to check”, he declared.

The author then moved on to a general consideration of this ambitious chapter of the franchise, specifying that a roster of Ultimate reach will not be replicable in future chapters :

“By including every historical fighter, and having a number of collaborations with various games and having countless songs, Smash Ultimate is the definitive crossover game. This type of game is definitely unprecedented.

If the Smash Bros. series continues in the future, there will be no chance that so many characters and franchises will be represented again. There are still requests from around the world to introduce new wrestlers into the Ultimate”.

Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Recently, Banjo and Kazooie have joined the already rich roster of the brawler game.