Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's new tournament doesn't mess around

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's new tournament doesn't mess around

Terry Bogard from the Fatal Fury series joins the battle. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director Masahiro Sakurai noted in the announcement that Terry's specials can be performed by inputting button combos from Fatal Fury, which brings a unique quality to the fighter. In a coveted top five list that now includes three Smash titles (Brawl and the aforementioned confusing Smash 4 for two systems), Smash Ultimate has beaten Super Street Fighter II's choke hold number of 15.5 million units, a record that's been pumped up since the early '90s through multiple iterations of the game.

In a fitting tribute to his NEO GEO roots, Terry Bogard's move set bridges the classical arcade fighting gameplay of the FATAL FURY series with the signature play style of Super Smash Bros. If you plan on competing, you best start training, as this one matches up fighters in strictly one-on-one stamina fights in Omega levels, meaning there's nowhere to hide if you're outmatched.

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Players who already own the Fighters Pass will receive Challenger Pack #4, including the King of Fighters Stadium stage, immediately. Each pack includes a new playable fighter, a new stage and music tracks.

Additional Mii Fighter Costumes added. Joker, Hero and Banjo & Kazooie are all available now, with Terry Bogard joining today. For more information about Super Smash Bros.

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