A major leak of “Super Smash Bros Ultimate” seems to confirm that Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s Pyra is DLC fighter 9, and may have revealed the rest of Fighters Pass Volume 2.
It seems that it has been a day since no “leaks” of Smash Ultimate surfaced, and although many leaks are ultimately caused by bored fans who want to deceive people, sometimes leaks add some legitimacy.
Since January 8th, one of them has become more and more popular online due to the confirmation of Pyra as DLC 9 and other fighters. Of course, Pyra only showed up on the Nintendo Express in February, so this leak may have some truth.
According to the leaker, Nintendo plans to hold a three-hour concert in 2022, when the symphony orchestra will play a copy of the song appearing in Smash Ultimate.
The leaker wrote: “After the second fighter pass is completed, the event will be held in Japan, and they will take all necessary precautions to make the event happen.” “They will broadcast the event live on YouTube for the world. Everyone will watch and eventually Nintendo will distribute the soundtrack CD on My Nintendo Service.”
They went on to list all the songs that Nintendo is considering participating in concerts, and if it does, there are some huge additions that seem to leak out possible fighters.
Most notably, following Sephiroth’s “Single Wing Angel” theme, the leaker listed Counterattack in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 as the next song. This song was used in Pyra’s TV trailer, which indicates that the song will be included in the DLC content, which is still scheduled to be released in March.
Along that track, “N. “Healthy Beach” is next on the list, which means that Crash Bandicoot will be the next DLC fighter.
Crash has always been a very popular candidate for Smash Ultimate, so the fact that he may eventually enter Fighters Pass Volume 2 is important.
The final track of the new fighter listed by the leaker is “Proof of Hero” from the “Monster Hunter” series. The fan’s dream of Monster Hunter (Monster Hunter) is another character. Although reports suggest that this is unlikely, this leak suggests that this is not the case.
Of course, just bring a little salt. The leak mentioned N. Sanity Beach inadvertently, and the fact that Crash was not discussed seems a bit strange, especially when someone really has this information.
Fortunately, it may not be long before we see whether this leak is true. The Monster Hunter Mii fighter from the previous game may be announced in Pyra’s full demo, as many Smash 4 Miis have returned to Ultimate.
If they do not return, then those characters are more likely to be promoted to full fighters.
We will have to look at the future development and whether the crash fans can finally realize their wishes for the bandit in Smash.