“But I can’t say that this is definitely the last Smash Bros. I need to think about whether we should release another Smash Bros. game at the risk of disappointing the users.”
Of course, this isn’t the first time that Sakurai has talked about life after Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
It seems that’s very much the question on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director and series creator Masahiro Sakurai’s mind as well.
Now that Sora has joined its massive roster, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has finally wrapped up its post-launch plans, and it has, indeed, been an excellent run.
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