Who is most (and least) likely?

The latest DLC character reveal for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is almost here and some candidates are more likely than others.

The last character DLC for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be announced soon, and speculation is rife on who will be the final fighter. There are definitely some characters who are more likely than others, based on previous developer claims, and some recent leaks that could have revealed the identity of the last fighter.

When choosing these fighters, assistance trophies and Mii fighter costumes were excluded. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will not include Geno, Shantae, or Sans after you’ve already billed for character-based costumes. The assistance trophies are particularly heartbreaking, as they rule out Waluigi. It is possible that a character from the same series as an assist trophy may appear, as an Monster hunter the character might be in the last slot, but Rathalos won’t.

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The final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct will take place on October 5 and will end a saga that has lasted for three years. It will be a sad day when the last Super Smash Bros. Ultimate the character is revealed, as the days of leaks and speculation come to an end. There are some characters fans expect to appear, while others are unlikely to receive the special letter.

Likely: Halo Master Chief

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Halo Master Chief DLC

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate already has two Microsoft reps, but these are non-company characters. Banjo-Kazooie debuted on Nintendo systems and only came under the Microsoft umbrella when the company bought Rare, and Minecraft was a big deal long before Microsoft bought Mojang. It is obvious that Microsoft and Nintendo are on good terms, even up to Banjo-Kazooie appearing on Nintendo Switch Online in the future. Master Chief is by far the most iconic character belonging to Xbox Game Studios, and finishing the fight would be a great way to end the DLC. There is also the small question of Infinite halo launch in November, so it wouldn’t be surprising if Master Chief arrives in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Around the same time.

Unlikely: Kiryu from Yakuza

Kazuma Kiryu is the protagonist of the Yakuza series

There have been a number of developers who have expressed a desire for their character to appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, because it brings a certain prestige to their property. Who wouldn’t want to see their character trade blows with Mario, Cloud Strife, and Pikachu? Still, it turns out that at least one developer doesn’t want their character Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Yakuza creator Toshihiro Nagoshi said he didn’t want Kiryu Yakuza appearing in fighting games because most of those titles have female characters, and hitting them would be out of character for him. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has a lot of female characters, which would exclude Kiryu under such a restriction. It is possible that Ichiban Kasuga, the protagonist of Yakuza: like a dragon might appear instead, but he’s only appeared in one game so far and doesn’t quite have the same name value as Kiryu.

Likely: A Generation VIII Pokémon

Pokemon Legendary Shield Sword

Many fans put forward the idea that the last Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The DLC fighter will be a big deal. It’s worth mentioning that the last characters revealed for the base game were Ken (an Echo fighter) and Incineroar (another Pokémon). The last DLC character for the first Fighters Pass was Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which was one of the most vilified choices for a character location, and a questionable way to end the first wave of DLC.

If the final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is just another character, then a Pokémon from Pokémon Sword and Shield feel like an obvious choice. Pokémon Sword and Shield were massive hits, being the best-selling entries in the series that didn’t come out on Game Boy. There are plenty of potential options for a Pokemon, like Rillaboom (to add a fully evolved Grass-type starter), Sirfetch’d (another swordsman, even though technically a spear), or the one legendary Pokémon from the box. Generation VIII is not yet represented in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which is why it would be an obvious, albeit more pedestrian, choice for the final DLC location.

Unlikely: anime or cartoon characters

Ultimate Goku Smash Doesn't Happen Explained

A lot of people want Goku to appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. There is also a vocal audience for characters like Iron Man, Spider-Man, and even Shrek. Masahiro Sakurai ended the idea of ​​a non-game character appearing in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Sakurai said in one of his Famitsu columns in which characters like Goku or Iron Man will not appear Super Smash Bros. while he is in charge of the series. The Dragon ball fans all over the world will just have to squint while playing as heroes in order to get their fix.

Likely: Sora from Kingdom Hearts

Smash Bros Ultimate DLC Sora

Sora seemed like an unlikely prospect for a long time. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Already has a lot of representations of Square Enix, in the form of Cloud, Hero, and Sephiroth. Bringing in Sora would also involve Disney, which would likely present all kinds of logistical nightmares for a cross-play. There’s a reason to believe Sora will be the last DLC character, however, based on a recent rumor. Smash Bros. to flee. A user on 4Chan published an article in July claiming that Nintendo was requesting Disney music for an event that would take place on October 5. the correct date adds some credibility to the leak. It is always possible for a Keyblade carrier to appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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The final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct will take place on October 5, 2021.

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