A total of at least 103 stages will be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, 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 an early tech analysis of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s stages, check out the embedded video below. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches exclusively for Nintendo Switch on December 7.
An Early Tech Analysis of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Stages
What makes Super Smash Bros. Ultimate look so great? We take a look at all the new graphic tech by examining each stage on Nintendo Switch compared to Smash Bros. Wii U to try and better understand what makes the game tick, including new lighting, models, environmental details and more in Part 1 of our new series!