As part of a presentation, the developer Masahiro Sakurai introduced the ARMS fighter Min Min as a downloadable character for Super Smash Bros Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. From June 30th, Min Min will be involved with all players who own the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 or the Fighter Package 6.

The now 81st fighter will be Min Min, expanding the line-up at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Nintendo Switch. Because Min Min comes from ARMS, her style is based on it: With her quick-witted noodle arms, players can heat up their opponents from June 30th.

Dream career: from the Nintendo noodle bistro to the arena

Min Min has long made a name for herself as a fighter. Starting as a modest employee in the Nintendo noodle bistro with a penchant for ramen, she punched and kicked her way up to a candidate for the championship title in the ARMS Grand Prix. Her fighting style is also unmistakable in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: With Feueram, Megawatt and laser lindworm, she thrashes at her opponent - each arm can be controlled individually and used to access a variety of different aids.

The DLC fighter herself isn't the only innovation that developer Masahiro Sakurai has presented in a video:


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he Spring Stadium is “Min Min Stage” and offers interactive game elements that at least ARMS fans will recognize immediately. This includes, for example, the ability to inflict damage on opponents if you touch them after jumping off a jumping platform. In addition, opponents ricochet off the vaults of the arena when they are thrown into the air. Furthermore, ARMS drones provide players with items that can be helpful in combat. The following applies: Players should approach them with caution when trying to get the rewards from their boxes.

In addition to this fighter update, other Mii fighter costumes will be released: Ninjara from ARMS, Heihachi from the Tekken series, Aioli and Limone from the Splatoon series and the Vault Boy from the Fallout series. All will also be available from June 30th and sold separately. Furthermore, two more fighters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be available as new amiibo figures at a later date: Joker, the masked phantom thief from Persona 5, and the radiant hero from Dragon Quest.

In order to be able to access the new content, players need either the Fighter Pass 6 or the all-round carefree version, the Super Smash Bros Ultimate Fighters Pass Vol. 2. Nintendo also points out that the first Fighter Pass is also available is still available and gives access to the first five Combat Packs.

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