Released as a Holiday Title for Nintendo in 2018 super smash bros ultimate became a huge success for the company. Many fans saw the game as the culmination of the franchise, as it brought together each fighter from every installment in the series. After the immense success of the fighting game on Nintendo Switch, many wondered what the next step would be Super Smash Bros. and its creator Masahiro Sakurai.

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Luckily, it appears gamers finally have some answers. Recently, Masahiro Sakurai discussed the possibilities of a sequel super smash bros ultimate, In an email interview with IGN, he revealed that he was not currently working on a new game in the series. Furthermore, he said that there were no active plans to work on the new instalment.


In addition to disclosing that a new Super Smash Bros. The game was not in development, he cautioned fans to refrain from assuming that there would be another entry. “It would be best not to assume that there will always be another one,” he said. According to Sakurai, it’s hard to imagine where the classic series might progress in the future. With 89 playable fighters smash ultimate, creating a new game including even more fighters would be a daunting task. This is a problem that Sakurai acknowledged, as he believed that a sequel could not keep the current roster of characters as well as adding new characters.

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He also spoke about the challenge of trying something new on the successful formula of smash ultimate, “If we try to keep things fresh by shifting to a different style or a lot of change in direction, it’s no longer Super Smash Bros. game,” he said. In addition, Sakurai noted that while the size of the previous game was a significant factor in its success on the Nintendo Switch, it greatly raised fans’ expectations for a potential sequel. Sakurai acknowledged that the scope would be “a difficult task to follow”.

Despite Sakurai’s remarks, he failed to rule out the possibility of him returning to another project in the future. He revealed that if Nintendo approached him to make a sequel, he would “start thinking about it.” Meanwhile, the producer of Super Smash Bros. said that he was considering moving on from making the game. “I could potentially go down a different path,” he revealed. He explained that he wanted to maintain an “open mind” about his future, as there were many more ways to stay involved in the industry.

This news from Sakurai comes as Nintendo recently released a balance patch smash ultimate, As the last update for the fighting game, it saw 24 fighters receiving the change. Some of the characters that received the balance tweak were Link, Inkling, Mewtwo and Ryu.

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Source: IGN

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