Want more Smash Bros Ultimate DLC? We don't blame you – Super Smash Bros Ultimate is the biggest, and possibly the best, Smash Bros fighting game to grace our Nintendo consoles. But if you've fought the main 74 Smash Bros Ultimate DLC characters to exhaustion, don't worry – there's a number of add-in fighters beyond the base roster, from fan-favorites like Banjo-Kazooie and Persona 5's Joker to even more Fire Emblem characters (for some reason).
The latest Smash Bros Ultimate DLC characters are Pyra and Mythra – two sword-wielding swappable characters from Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – that were unveiled during February's Nintendo Direct event.
There are only two more characters in Fighters Pass Season 2, and despite warnings of possible delays to the Smash Bros Ultimate DLC pipeline, they seem to be arriving seasonally, or roughly every three months. That means the next is likely to land in mid-2021, likely around the same time as E3 2021.
Not every addition is as inspiring – and we're still mad about Cuphead being relegated to a Mii Fighter – but with each character introducing new play-styles, moves, stages, and soundtracks, there's plenty to get our teeth into. You can see our predictions for other, future fighters at the bottom of this guide too.
For now, if you want to find out what downloadable content / Smash Bros Ultimate DLC players can hope to get, and what's already available, here’s our list of everything on the cards – and how you can make sure you don’t miss out.
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Smash Bros Ultimate DLC characters
Pyra and Mythra (available now)
Pyra and Mythra are the next two characters coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in 2021. The two sword-wielding characters made their appearance during the February Nintendo Direct event and will be arriving in March. You'll be able to switch between the characters freely – similar to how Zelda and Shiek used to work – and each will have their own set of skills.Sephiroth (available now)
"Now, I shall bring Smash despair." What an entrance. But we'd expect nothing less from Sephiroth, the iconic Final Fantasy villain, who acted as the antagonist in Final Fantasy 7 (and the Final Fantasy 7 remake). His air of doom, single black wing, and incredibly long sword – great for poking fighters off the end of a stage, we imagine – should make this fallen angel a welcome addition to the roster. Face him off with Cloud for a real tense fight-off with your friends.
We can't blame Nintendo for this Minecraft collab, given the immense popularity of the blocky crafting game. What's surprising, though, is you can play as any of Steve, Alexa, Zombie, or Enderman, making for some juicy variety in just one DLC download – with the ability to craft blocks to obstruct enemies, blow up TNT, or just wave around a sword like the rest of the fighters.
The real draw of Smash Bros DLC is in the fighters. Nintendo has unveiled all five fighters for the first Fighters Pass, and the first two for Fighters Pass Vol 2. We've listed them all below from the latest (Pyra / Mythra) to the first (Piranha Plant). We'll be sure to add information on incoming fighters as and when they're released too.
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