We ve seen obscure characters added to the smash Bros. fold, includingservers R.O.B. and Mr. Game and Watch, but to see an inclusion of the Chorus Kids … well, that would be really something.
Isaac (Golden Sun)
Again, Nintendo possibly reaching out and adding a favorite from a forgotten series would certainly be a treat to fans, and Isaac seems to be just as beloved as other characters from the game. He'd really stand out.
Ken Masters (Street Fighter)
Ryu made the cut in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as well as Ultimate, so why should not his fighting buddy come along for the ride, complete with his take on the Dragon uppercut and spinning kick?
Isabelle (Animal Crossing)
Yes, some sort of presence for Animal Crossing on the Switch. Granted, it's not a full game, but it would be great to see what Isabelle can do against the competition.
Shadow the Hedgehog
We are not sure if this would be an alternate
Skull Kid (The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
Hey, why do you have to go to Sonic or a new character, but with his guns and rapid speed? not? We know Link and Sheik can do their thing in the Smash Bros. universe, so why not give Skull Kid a chance to shine?
Mystery female character
She is still yet unidentified, but Eventhubs believes this mystery character could be Agnes from Bravely Default or maybe even Yuri Kozukata from Fatal Frame . It's too soon to tell, as there's only a shadow render.
Considering that a good portion of the DK family is in the Smash Bros. mix, we think Dixie would fit right in. Plus, she could totally spin her hair like a weapon.
This would no doubt be a big inclusion for fans, since Banjo Kazooie was so beloved at Nintendo 64 owners. That, and Nintendo's cozying up with Microsoft would assure his inclusion.
Now, it is 4Chan, so take this rumor with a very light grain of salt. Plus, the renders, which can be seen at the link above, do not exactly look legitimate. Still, if most of this roster came true (along with Waluigi, of course), we'd totally be in for one heck of a fight.
We'll see who's added in the weeks ahead. But Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be brawling soon enough, set to release on Dec. 7th for Nintendo Switch.
(H / T to EventHubs for the scoop!)