Available to download on April 17, the free Version 3.0 update adds a Stage Builder to Ultimate, which allows players to create their own battle stages. Players can create stages that include moving platforms, traps, and more. If they play with the Switch in handheld mode (rather than in docked mode), players can draw shapes on the screen and see them turn into platforms in their stage. When players are finished creating a stage, they can share it to allow other players to download their creation and try it themselves.
The Nintendo Switch Online app is available to download for free on iOS and Android devices. The app can be used to access content for multiple Nintendo games (like Splatoon 2), and it can also be used to access voice chat while playing with others online.
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It is unclear when Challenger Pack 1 will be available, but is expected to arrive in early 2019. Piranha Plant will be offered to early buyers of the Nintendo Switch game, but will not be counted as a DLC character because it will be a free download.
The following is a list of all paid downloadable content in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which includes additional fighters, Mii Fighter costumes, and a set of new music tracks, stages, and spirits. This list does not include content obtained from free updates.
The Vault Shopper Set 2 is only available to users with an active Switch Online membership. It cannot be downloaded while using a free trial of Switch Online, only through a paid subscription. In order to access the new Vault Shopper pack, users will need to visit the Switch eShop and go to the Nintendo Switch Online section. From there, the Vault Shopper Set 2 pack should appear under "Special Offers," and will be available to download alongside other free offers for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and games like Super Kirby Clash.
On Friday, Nintendo's Twitch channel hosted an all-day livestream of testers playing the company's upcoming holiday and 2015 releases, including Ultimate NES Remix, Bayonetta 2, and the 3DS version of Super Smash Bros. While showing off the fighting game, Nintendo used the livestream to confirm a surprise announcement: Its portable version was coming to the 3DS eStore in the form of a free, downloadable demo version, and it launched simultaneously with the announcement. 2b1af7f3a8