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Minecraft’s Steve Coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate


During a brief video this morning, Nintendo announced that Steve from the Minecraft series will make his debut as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The three minute video has Mario getting knocked into a blocky world, only to be greeted by Steve. Creepers, a new stage, Zombie and Enderman, and Steve’s moveset are also shown for a moment.

You can find a reupload of the trailer below, courtesy of ProsafiaGaming:

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Minecraft Steve Reveal Trailer Nintendo Direct 2020

Note that Director Masahiro Sakurai will do a feature regarding these two characters on October 3 at 7:30am PT. During this session, players will be able to take a deep dive into Steve and Alex’s movesets.

You can find the official video stream below:

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – Mr. Sakurai Presents “Steve & Alex”

Featuring more than 80 playable fighters to date, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now the best-selling fighting game of all time, selling more than 19.99 million copies as of June 2020. The title also won “Best Nintendo Switch Game,” “Best Fighting Game,” and “Best Multiplayer Game” in IGN’s Best of 2018 Awards.

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