Super Smash Bros Ultimate DLC fighter guide

Here's every DLC fighter currently available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate just announced that Final Fantasy 7's Sephiroth has been added to the game via Challenger Pack 8. He's the game's ninth DLC fighter. In case you need a refresher, here's every DLC fighter currently available for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighter guide

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighter guide © Nintendo
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Fighters Pass Volume 1

  • Joker: "This speedy fighter wields a knife and a gun to rack up damage. When his Rebellion Gauge is full, Joker summons his Persona, Arsene, to immediately power up his attacks for a limited time. This pack also includes Mementos, a stage that changes colors, depending on which music track is playing!" You can also buy Joker separately in his Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Hero: "Wielding the Supreme Sword of Light and a trusty shield, he can slice his foes and block incoming attacks. When Hero pulls up his Command Selection screen, he’ll have access to a random selection of spells that could turn the tide of battle in his favor! This pack also includes the Yggdrasil’s Altar stage, which sweeps across nearby areas around the sacred Tree of Life, as well as a selection of music from the DRAGON QUEST series." You can also buy Hero separately in his Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Banjo & Kazooie: "With Banjo’s bare hands to bruise rivals up close and Kazooie’s egg-cellent shooting skills, your rivals will be singing the blues in no time. For their Final Smash, these perfect partners call upon a flock of Jinjos and the Mighty Jinjonator to deal the final blow to any “feeble jerk” that may stand in their way! This pack also includes the Spiral Mountain stage, that umm--spirals, and includes a selection of music from the Banjo-Kazooie series." You can also buy Banjo & Kazooie separately in their Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Terry: "This iconic fighter from the Fatal Fury series of fighting games is the fourth fighter in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass. Using his Power Wave and Burning Knuckle, earn your title as The King of Fighters!" You can also buy Terry separately in his Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Byleth: "This iconic fighter is the fifth fighter in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass. Using the Heroes’ Relics and the Sword of the Creator, represent the three houses and realize their full potential." You can also buy Byleth separately in their Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.

Individual DLC

  • Piranha Plant: Piranha Plant is not included in the Fighter's Pass and only comes with the fighter, there's no additional stages or music. You can buy the Piranha Plant for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.

Fighter's Pass Volume 2

Note: Volume 2 of the Fighter's Pass is still in progress, so this guide only has the characters that have been revealed so far.

  • Min Min: "This iconic fighter is the first fighter in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass Vol 2 DLC. Spring into action using the Ramram, Megawatt, and Dragon ARMS to keep your opponents at bay, distance is the key! Challenger Pack 6 also includes a new stage, Spring Stadium." You can also buy Min Min separately in her Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Steve and Alex: "This iconic fighter is the second fighter in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass Vol 2 DLC. Use Steve and Alex’s various tools to mine and craft your way to victory! Challenger Pack 7 also includes a new stage, Minecraft World." You can also buy Steve and Alex separately in their Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.
  • Sephiroth: "This silver-haired swordsman is Cloud’s arch nemesis and one of the most iconic villains in gaming. Don’t be fooled by his chillingly calm demeanor, Sephiroth can deal some white-hot damage." You can also buy Sephiroth separately in his Challenger Pack for $5.99 USD/$7.55 CA.

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