A number of new modes have been announced in the Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Ulitmate, including Squad Strike and Smashdown. But there’s more!
In addition to the many new characters and stages, a number of new ways of playing have also been announced in the Super Smash Bros. Ulitmate direct. Besides the classic Classic mode, the single player campaign in which you take on a specific number of opponents, we will soon be able to play Squad Strike, Smash Down and Tourney. What does that mean?
Squad Strike is a fighting mode in which a 5-on-5 or 3-on-3 elimination game is played. Each player chooses three or five fighters after which they fight it out to see who the winner is. However, it can also be played with several people.
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In Smashdown, the fighters from the previous game are taken away from the roster until all fighters have finished. You are forced to choose a new fighter every turn. Players who can play many different characters will definitely love this!
In Tourney mode it is possible to set up a tournament. Choose the number of players (up to 32 players can participate!) And the game itself makes a tournament schedule with whom to fight.
The training mode has also changed. In training mode you play on a special internship, in which the background consists of a grid. This allows you to easily learn how far your attacks are reaching. You can also practice with launches by activating help lines. Different lines show how far your opponent flies away in an attack on 0 and 100% damage.
But there is still more
There is also a fashion that just has not yet been shown to us in the Super Smash Bros. Ulitmate Direct. In all honesty we have no idea what else they want to add to Super Smash Bros. Ulitmate but … sure give us more!