Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS DLC Ending Soon, Director Says
December 14, 2015 - Super Smash Bros
The DLC debate for Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS is entrance to an finish soon. That’s according to diversion executive Masahiro Sakurai, who common a discernment as partial of Making of Fire Emblem: 25 Years of Development Secrets, translated by SourceGaming (via GoNintendo).
He was articulate about a destiny of a Fire Emblem series, and either or not any arriving Smash Bros. games competence embody characters from that franchise.
“How most a impression will greatfully a players, how singular they are–there are a lot of factors that go into determining a character’s inclusion,” he explained. “I don’t know either Fire Emblem will have many some-more games in a future, yet it’s not as if we have a chapter that says, ‘We have to embody a protagonist of a subsequent Fire Emblem game.’ Moreover, we don’t even know if there’ll be another Smash game.”
This is not a initial time Sakurai has talked about a intensity finish of a Smash Bros. series. A year ago this month, Sakurai pronounced he didn’t consider Melee or Brawl would get sequels, either. If a Smash Bros. authorization does extend over a latest game, he might not be a partial of it, a developer suggested.
Here’s how a rest of a Fire Emblem speak played out, including a matter about Smash Bros. DLC entrance to a close.
Interviewer: You do contend that each time [about Smash Bros. games entrance to an end], though, so we do consternation if maybe it’ll only keep on going forever.
Sakurai: And I’ll turn a Smash craftsman? (laughs)
Interviewer: Yes. After all, including a DLC, you’ve been concerned with Smash given a beginning.
Sakurai: Well, DLC is entrance to an finish soon, too, y’know.
On Dec 15, Nintendo will reason what it’s calling a “final” Nintendo Direct lecture for Super Smash Bros. Wii U/3DS. This display will speak some-more about a latest DLC character, Final Fantasy’s Cloud, and also potentially embody some other announcements. Sakurai will be featured during a event.
Nintendo has expelled utterly a lot of Super Smash Bros. DLC so far, including characters stages, costumes, and more. Here’s a list of all of a DLC expelled for a diversion to date.
With more than 4 million copies sold, Super Smash Bros. is one of Nintendo’s best-selling Wii U games. It has shifted more than 7.3 million copies on 3DS, bringing a game’s sum to some-more than 11.3 million.