Smash Ultimate's 1.2.0 update is now live


It seems anyone that purchased Pokemon Let's Go Eevee or Let's Go Pikachu received a spirit version of that Pokemon for use in Super Smash Bros.

Ultimate Update Version 1.2.0 has released by Nintendo. Thankfully, you are able to save Super Smash Bros Ultimate replays of your best matches in the game.

There are so many characters you can play as in Super Smash Bros Ultimate like Ridley and Piranha Plant. The tweaks introduced in the patch make it so that finding a match with the preferred rules is prioritized.

However, if you choose to unlock Bayonetta this way, it'll take much longer. Battle Arenas have also seen some improvements as far as stability goes. In simple term, it's up to the community to find out exactly what changes Nintendo has made to the game with Patch 1.2.0. We'll update with more information as we get it.

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But if he's happy there then I respect that: he's a fantastic footballer, a great lad, but I'm not missing anything here. Madrid will not be too disheartened by their performance, given Solari made big changes to his starting XI for the game.

It's likely going to take a while before we finally get the Smash Ultimate online matchmaking system that we deserve, but for the meantime, I'll take this single step forward as a win. The patch notes mention balance adjustments for certain fighters. Hopefully, this change will fix numerous problems.

If you lose the battle against Bayonetta, you'll have another chance to unlock the character (and other Fighters) via the Challengers Approach menu. Smash Ultimate is sure to grow and change over the coming years based on character additions and such, so some greater transparency (especially for more competitive players) would be appreciated.

The latest software version is required to enter Online mode. There's a brand new Spirits mechanic in Smash Ultimate. Select the video you want to save and feel free to edit it as you like.