Modder adds ‘Pokémon Sun’ and ‘Moon’ characters to ‘Smash Bros. Wii U’
January 8, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U modder Scorpob has hacked in a preference of new impression models in new weeks, replacing a game’s customary register with Pokémon Sun and Moon characters like Popplio, Incineroar, and Gladion.
Scorpob also expelled a new impression indication for Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s Aether Foundation member Wicke, digest her playable in Nintendo’s cross-franchise soldier for a initial time ever.
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U has cultivated a dedicated modding stage given a launch in 2014, as forward hackers have found methods to reinstate in-game impression models with swap textures, patterns, and outfits. The formula have stretched a game’s register to embody new characters from several Nintendo franchises, including WarioWare and Pokémon.
One of modder Scorpob’s latest hacks replaces a Super Smash Bros. for Wii U impression Peach with Wicke, an criminal featured via a new Pokémon Sun and Moon for a Nintendo 3DS. The outcome facilities a aloft polygon count than a strange model, along with other visible improvements.
“Wicke joins a battle! Her indication from Pokémon Sun Moon is fraudulent onto Peach,” Scorpob explains. “It has a aloft poly count, given it is an overworld indication from a 3DS, [and] it was a bit blocky so we softened it a bit. It also had tacky hands. we scrapped them and transposed it with Rosalina’s.”
Other new Scorpob-authored characters embody WarioWare’s Ashley, who subs in for Lucas, and Pokémon Sun and Moon‘s Champion Cynthia, who boasts a same moveset as Palutena. Fellow Pokémon Sun and Moon star Guzma is also slated for an arriving mod release.
Installing modded characters in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U requires players to softmod their Wii U consoles regulating one of several accessible methods.