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Is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Coming to PS4?


Is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Coming to PS4?

Is Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Coming to PS4?

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is literally the ultimate package when it comes to the Smash Bros. fighting series, adding in new characters to the roster, while also bringing back every single fighter that’s been in each and every past entry. Nintendo has shown off new fighters such as King K. Rool, Ridley, and Simon Belmont, with more coming as the game inches closer to its release this holiday season on the Nintendo Switch.

When it comes to the question about whether or not Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be coming out on the PS4, it’s safe to say that it will definitely not release on Sony’s console. The Super Smash Bros. series is a first-party franchise for Nintendo, with most of their mascot characters making an appearance, which means that a release on any other console besides the Nintendo Switch would be unimaginable. This would be a similar situation if Sony were to release an Uncharted title or The Last of Us Part II on a Nintendo console –it’s pure madness. If Nintendo were to leave the console business, then there would be a chance that their games would appear on a Sony platform, but with the strong sales of the Switch, this most likely won’t be happening anytime soon.

If anything were to change regarding Super Smash Bros. Ultimate coming to PS4, then we will make sure to update this guide accordingly as soon as we hear anything.

For now, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be released on the Nintendo Switch exclusively on Dec 7, 2018. If you’re as excited for the game as us, then be sure to keep checking back here at Twinfinite for everything Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Once the game releases, we will have tons of guides and wiki’s for you to check out that will give you all of the info you need.

Greysun is currently majoring in Mass Communications and Media Studies. He's somehow played every Kingdom Hearts game more than once but somehow doesn't get the story. You can follow him on Twitter @greysun_morales if you like Nintendo-related posts that can sometimes be very comical.

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