While it’s up to Nintendo who they could add as a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC character, the developer often holds popularity polls to get an idea of who should be next. These are some of the most requested characters in the game.
The young and brave protagonist of Kingdom Hearts has always been one of the most requested characters for the game. Considering that Square Enix’s Cloud is already in the roster, there’s no reason for Sora to be left out. Of course, having him included in the game might mean that Nintendo could also bring in his loyal companions, Donald and Goofy as well.
Adding Crash into the game will make Super Smash Bros. Ultimate more special. He’s one of the last popular gaming mascots that have yet to join the game and it would be fun to see him go toe-to-toe with Sonic, Mario, Pikachu, and others. Considering he’s making a comeback with a new game, it might be time to see him in Super Smash Bros. as well.
Fans always pester Nintendo as to why Waluigi isn’t a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC yet. Wario is already in the game so there’s no reason why he should not be added. In terms of how he plays, fans suggests that Waluigi could use various sporting items for his attacks considering most of his appearances are in Super Mario sports games.
Super Mario RPG is a popular SNES game. As its name suggests, it’s an RPG with turn-based mechanics featuring characters from the franchise such as Mario, Princess Peach, and more. One of the most popular characters from the game is Geno and Super Smash fans have been asking for his inclusion for a while now.
In the game, Geno is an expert wizard and it will be exciting to see how this plays into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
There are still five Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC characters coming and fans are excited to see who these are. Hopefully, some of the most requested characters make their way into the game.
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