Video: Tour of all 103 stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

In today’s Nintendo Direct for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, it was revealed that Simon Belmont from the Castlevania series and King K. Rool, the main antagonist from the original Donkey Kong Country games, are both joining the game as playable fighters. The video presentation also shared additional information on Echo fighters, new stages, new modes and one of the most expansive collections of music ever in a single game, with more than 900 music tracks and 28 hours of music.

A total of at least 103 stages will be in the game, but because the popular Battlefield and Omega forms can also be selected for each stage, more than 300 total stages are available right from the start. Each stage in the game will also support eight-player battles and feature the ability to turn off hazards. To watch a video tour of all 103 stages, check out the embedded video below. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on December 7.

Video Tour of All 103 Stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate….So Far! (New & Returning)

Nintendo has revealed at least 103 stages coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, so far! Join us as we go on a tour of each and every one of them–including gameplay wheneever available. This includes new stages like New Donk City and returning stages from Smash 64, Melee, Brawl, 3DS & Wii U, such as Fountain of Dreams and Brinstar, as well as speculation around a possible new Monster Hunter stage!


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