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Best Buy Is Getting Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Demos Before Launch

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Best Buy Is Getting Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Demos Before Launch

Best Buy stores are receiving playable demos for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ahead of its release on Dec. 7, according to the official Best Buy twitter account.

Can’t wait to get your hands on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate? Well then, a trip to Best Buy may be in your future. According to the official Best Buy twitter account, Smash demos are coming to stores ahead of the game’s release on Dec. 7.

The demo was discovered by @ChaseJ_T on twitter before being confirmed by Best Buy’s twitter account. It’s not yet clear when or what locations the demos will be available at, but Best Buy says to “Check with your local store as the best source for the latest updates.”

We don’t yet know what characters or modes will be available in this demo or if the demo will be available on the eShop at any point.

In a recent direct, Nintendo revealed the final 74-character roster that will be available when Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches. They also revealed that the game will receive six post-release characters including Piranha Plant and five characters that will be revealed at a later date. A new story mode titled World of Light and a new mode called Spirits were also revealed during the direct.

The direct also revealed the base game’s last newcomers in Ken from Street Fighter and Incineroar from Pokemon Sun and Moon. For a look at the full roster and additional information on the game’s many modes, visit the official Super Smash Bros. Ultimate website. For a recap of the latest direct, check out our rundown here.

Are you going to make a Best Buy trip in the name of Smash? Let us know in the comments!

Darby is a graduate from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. Loves games and just wants to be able to talk about them every day. He has a soft spot for RPGs of every type, narrative-driven games and PS2 mascot platformers. Patiently waiting for the Final Fantasy VII remake.

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