K.K. Slider, King K. Rool now playable in Super Smash Bros. around new costumes
August 1, 2015 - Super Smash Bros
Nintendo has expelled an update for a Wii U and 3DS versions of a multiplayer soldier Super Smash Bros, adding a collection of new stages and Mii impression costumes desirous by Animal Crossing, Donkey Kong Country, and more.
The patch also tweaks several in-game moves and abilities for a consequence of change while unintentionally adding new character-specific exploits.
After installing a update, players will accept a new Mii impression dress giveaway of charge. The Gunner-specific dress transforms Mii characters into a laid-back singer-songwriter K.K. Slider from a Animal Crossing series, finish with a guitar that fires appetite blasts.
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Players also have a choice of purchasing additional Mii costumes from a Wii U eShop. New costumes available with this week’s refurbish embody Bear (Gunner), King K. Rool (Brawler), Flying Man (Brawler), Chrom (Swordfighter), Black Knight (Swordfighter), Lloyd (Swordfighter), Samus (Gunner), along with a Super Smash Bros.-branded hoodie dress for all Mii classes.
Two new stages join a Super Smash Bros. register this week. The “Peach’s Castle” and “Hyrule Castle” maps from a strange Nintendo 64 chronicle of Super Smash Bros. can be purchased from a Wii U and 3DS eShops for $2 apiece.
Nintendo offers all of this week’s appendage calm in a gold labelled during $10 for possibly a Wii U or 3DS. A cross-platform gold that adds all new calm to both a 3DS and Wii U versions of Super Smash Bros. is adult for grabs during $15.
Fans remarkable that this week’s patch also introduced a bug that gives a Mii Swordfighter impression an gigantic combo. Thus far, a feat usually seems to impact a newly expelled Lloyd costume. On-disc impression Robin now has a similar exploit as well. These glitches will expected be private in a subsequent Super Smash Bros. patch, to be expelled during a after date.
The latest refurbish also adds a new contest mode, along with a YouTube upload underline for replays.