Okay, so we know Nintendo pronounced not to design a garland of new characters from a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate register behind during E3 2018, though we all know that’s a bluff, right? The association still has 6 months before a diversion indeed launches, that is copiousness of time for a few some-more surprises. And after that there’s always downloadable calm (gotta acquire those coins somehow, Nintendo).

So with that in mind, here are 5 some-more characters that I’d adore to see join a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster, all of that were featured in large announcements during E3 2018 progressing this month.

Fortnite

I’ve said it before and I’ll contend it again: Put Fortnite in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Specifically, Nintendo should supplement a general impression (the one that comes in mixed races and genders) into a game.

As a Fortnite fighter, we could conflict with a pickaxe, along with some of a game’s many other weapons (anything from a renouned rocket launcher to wackier options like a Boogie Bomb). Of course, you’ll also be means to build several forts, adding an engaging new dimension to any match, and maybe a Final Smash could serve a Fortnite charge that pushes players to a core of a map.

Ellie (The Last of Us Part II)

Developer Naughty Dog’s brutally picturesque video diversion assault competence not be a ideal compare for Nintendo’s cartoony brawler, though there’s still a approach to make this work.

The arriving The Last of Us Part II** is set to concentration on Ellie, who mostly played a purpose of sidekick in a strange game. This time she has a accumulation of weapons during her disposal, including a crawl and arrow that could interpret simply into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate*. For a final smash, Ellie could even unleash a society of zombies opposite her opponents.

Spider-Man

I’m not certain Disney will ever let any of a characters uncover adult in a Nintendo game, though this mashup is too good to ignore. The arriving Spider-Man for PS4 looks positively incredible, and I’d adore to see some of that web-slinging movement interpret over to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

It’s flattering easy to suppose Peter Parker (or maybe even Miles Morales) overhanging around a classical Smash Bros. theatre while sharpened his webs during Mario or Link. For a Final Smash, he could even renovate into that amped-up fit with automatic spider legs that we saw in Avengers: Infinity War.

Jade (Beyond Good and Evil 2)

Beyond Good and Evil 2 competence be one of a many hyped video games of E3 2018, though we still have no thought when it will indeed release. In a meantime, maybe Nintendo can assistance build some of that hype (and secure a Switch launch for a game) by bringing a series’ strange protagonist to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Jade competence be a photojournalist by trade, though she’s also a learned fighter. She’s a martial humanities consultant lerned in regulating Daï-jo (a special fight stick), and also gets “Gyrodisk launcher” in a diversion to fire pinkish disks during her enemies.

She’s flattering cat-like too, that could interpret into some engaging Smash abilities. For her Final Smash, Jade could strap her ability to revitalise other people, that would be quite useful in group battles.

V (Cyberpunk 2077)

We don’t know a lot about Cyberpunk 2077, though it already looks flattering awesome. The new game, grown by a same studio behind Witcher 3, is set in a dystopian destiny where tellurian can ascent themselves regulating cyberware technology.

V, a customizable categorical character, is able of unlocking a garland of opposite abilities that could interpret good into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. That includes arm blades for climbing walls, homing bullets, and some arrange of wall-penetrating weapons. With all that gear, V could be a genuine powerhouse in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and a good approach to build hype for Cyberpunk 2077 during a same time.