Today, during Nintendo's E3 Direct, game director Masahiro Sakurai and his team made up for that lack of news in a big way.
Offering four very unique costumes for The Hero, Nintendo will be delivering a DLC character for Super Smash Bros.
Perhaps more exciting for Western fans was the second Smash Bros. reveal at the end of the Direct.
In fact, the title has been notably absent from the all of Nintendo's official press releases and information points at this year's event. Players will be able to swap between different versions of the hero!
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While we didn't get enough gameplay to really get an idea of where the Hero will fall in the power rankings, there was enough to know he'll likely make for a decent sword and board fighter. Ultimate fighter pass while also likely available for individual purchase at $5.99. Ultimate. But there is also another new entry expected for the coming months: the dynamic compost duo from Banjo and Kazooie, which will debut in the game next fall. Here's the first look at Banjo in Super Smash Bros.
Gamers and investors were also disappointed by a delay in the debut of a new low-priced version of the Nintendo Switch gaming console.
Before dropping the long-awaited surprise character reveal of Banjo-Kazooie towards the end of the show, Nintendo had another reveal to set the whole thing off. Ultimate Dragon Quest DLC fighter will be the second new fighter to be added to the vast roster of the high-profile fighting game.