As Super Smash Bros. Ultimate inches closer to its December 7 release date, Nintendo has started ramping up the marketing for the game. As one of the biggest crossover titles of all time, a lot of the companies and series involved have been helping Nintendo countdown to its launch with art and congratulations. While it’s still ongoing, here’s a few of the images that have been shared so far.
— Super Mario UK (@SuperMario_UK) November 27, 2018
— モンハン部 (@CAPCOM_MHB) November 28, 2018
— KONAMI コナミ公式 (@KONAMI573ch) November 28, 2018
— Isabelle (@animalcrossing) November 29, 2018
— PAC-MAN Official (@officialpacman) November 29, 2018
— ボンバーマン公式 (BOMBERMAN) (@bomberman573) November 30, 2018
— 星のカービィ (@Kirby_JP) November 30, 2018
— FFVII (@FFVIIR_CLOUD) November 30, 2018
— セガ公式アカウント (@SEGA_OFFICIAL) December 1, 2018
— ゼノブレイド２ (@XenobladeJP) December 1, 2018
— ポケモン公式ツイッター (@Pokemon_cojp) December 2, 2018
— ゼルダの伝説 (@ZeldaOfficialJP) December 3, 2018
【あと3日】レッツ ダンス ボーイズ?
— プラチナゲームズ公式アカウント[NEW] (@platinumgames_j) December 4, 2018
— ファイアーエムブレム ヒーローズ (@FE_Heroes_JP) December 4, 2018
— 『ファイアーエムブレム』総合 (@FireEmblemJP) December 4, 2018
— メタルギア公式 (METAL GEAR) (@metalgear_jp) December 5, 2018
— 新・光神話 パルテナの鏡 (@3DS_Palutena) December 5, 2018
There’s still just a few days to go, so hopefully we start seeing more art from different companies. Hopefully Square Enix contributes some art, though Tetsuya Nomura did provide a poster for Cloud’s inclusion when he was announced as DLC in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. (Update: He did!)
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s director recently explained why Kirby became the hero of the game’s story mode, and also told ushow he feels about some fans being disappointed by character choice. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is releasing on December 6 on Nintendo Switch.