Just when you think that you couldn’t handle anymore content for Super Smash Bros. for 3DS official Facebook page has set a date for the next wave of DLC heading to Nintendo’s fighting game. Set to release on July 31st , this update will include new stages, new Mii costumes, the tournament mode and replay uploading to Youtube. While it was originally believed only Japan were to receive the DLC on July 31st, it is now confirmed to be released for everyone on this day.
Including not only a wealth of awesome Mii costumes such as King K. Rool, Flying Man, and Chrom; this DLC will include two classic stages from Super Smash Bros. first installment on the N64. Both Peach’s Castle 64 and Hyrule Castle 64 will be paid DLC. Both stages will cost $1.99 individually for each platform or $2.99 to obtain them for both systems at a discounted price. All of the new Mii costumes will cost $ 0.75 and the entire DLC bundle for a single system runs $9.98. If you want the bundle for both Wii U and 3Ds, the package will cost $15.18.
It’s great to see Nintendo still releasing more content for their game and trying to engage more with the Smash community as a whole. Personally I am still hopeful we get Saffron City (N64) in the future. What do you think of the new content? Excited for any of the new stages? Are there ones you feel should be re-released as future DLC? Sound off below!
A recent graduate of Arcadia University, Collin MacGregor is a freelance video editor and writer. He covers video games, television, and film for The Nerd Stash. Collin currently is the head film/television reviewer for the site.