Since the game was fully revealed and detailed at E3 2018, one of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's biggest claim to fame has been its "Everyone is Here" mantra, bringing back every single fighter from past Super Smash Bros. games, even if they were previously cut from the roster for one reason or another. Since then, fans have been able to view the game's massive roster in an incredibly large commemorative mural created by artist Yusuke Nakano.
Since Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has added a plethora of DLC characters since its release with both Fighters Pass Vol. 1 and the ongoing Fighters Pass Vol. 2, the mural regularly updates with each new addition to the game's roster, now featuring characters like Steve from Minecraft and Banjo & Kazooie. Now, one fan has recreated the impressive mural in full 3D.
Over on Twitter, retired Smash modder and ex-Project M development team member Nano, now bearing the handle @SmashBannerGuy, has used 3D computer graphics software Blender to recreate the "Everyone is Here" banner in full 3D. The 3D recreation includes every character currently available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and appears to use each fighter's official in-game model.
Nano's Smash banner recreation stays incredibly faithful to Nakano's original work, carefully replicating each fighter's pose as they originally appear in the original mural. It's clear that a lot of attention-to-detail went into recreating the iconic banner, and it will be interesting to see if the retired Smash modder adds future fighters, since just 2 spots in Ultimate's Fighters Pass Vol. 2 now remain. Since Nano's original tweet of the 3D banner went viral, they have uploaded an HD version available for download by Smash fans everywhere. As Ultimate players enjoy the recent addition of Pyra/Mythra, it will be interesting to see who else joins the iconic mural in the coming months.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is offering some special power-ups to players who happen to own a couple of other Nintendo Switch games. A couple of new spirits have been spotted in the game, as a bit of a perk for those who own either Persona 5 Strikers or Ghosts n' Goblins Resurrection, or both.
The Nintendo Switch exclusive game has already had a big week of news. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate added two new fighters in Pyra and Mythra and you can already juice up their powers with the brand new spirits. Users can buy the two new fighters on their own for $5.99 or they can get them as part of the game's $29.99 second Fighter Pass. The two new spirits are technically free and unlockable.
The official Twitter account for Nintendo announced the ability of players to get the spirits. The first one that was divulged was the unlockable version of Sophia from Persona 5 Strikers. Not long after, the account also revealed that Arthur from the new Ghosts n' Goblins game is available as a power-up as well. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will read a player's save data on the Nintendo Switch when someone fires up the fighting game.
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