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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate reportedly getting DLC from SNK

Eagle-eyed fans spotted SNK's involvement with Challenge Pack 4, heading to Nintendo's fighting game.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's roster has been expanding since launch, incorporating characters from other franchises like Persona and Banjo Kazooie (although the duo hasn't arrived yet), and now it seems we're getting a collaboration with SNK.

This comes from Twitter user PushDustIn who shared screenshots from a new-removed Nintendo page regarding Challenge Pack 4, bringing a new stage, a fresh fighter, and music tracks. This all sounds well and good, but SNK's copyright is also spotted at the bottom, and it's planned for distribution by February 29, 2020.

Now this doesn't exactly narrow down what could be coming. Samurai Shodown is a recent game of SNK's that has made a splash on the fighting game scene, but they're also responsible for Fatal Fury, The King of Fighters, Metal Slug, and other franchises, all of which could fit into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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