Police responding to a noise complaint join in for some Smash instead

Laverne Mann
December 17, 2018

It's particularly problematic if you want to play one-on-one, or want more of an eSports experience with no items. "Who thought this was a console?" the streamer asked his chat.

It's also a number that means Ultimate has set a new launch sales record for the series in Japan, with previous entries Super Smash Bros. He reiterated how they just wanted to play Smash and were pleasantly surprised by how the two police officers reacted. This time, though, they're playing classic Smash fighters, Mario, Captain Falcon, Ness, and Link, duking it out in a spectacularly choreographed scene. Not only that, but the matchmaking appears to be completely broken, with players being dropped into matches that completely contradict all of the options that they filtered for when searching for a match.

This is where Nintendo have always lagged (no pun intended) far behind the competition.

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If you boot up Smash Ultimate today, you'll see a message informing you that Version 1.2.0 of Smash Bros Ultimate will be released "within the next week". Ultimate with the game being out for not even a full week yet, but Nintendo said it's not the only one that's going to occur.

Nintendo explains more in an early patch notes post within Super Smash Bros Ultimate.

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