In relation to its Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as of late, players are still toying around with Arms' Min Min who got into the game's roster this past June. However, only so much time can pass before fans begin to speculate the next accessory for the game's cast of diverse characters and personas. While there is no tangible lead, there do turn to be one instance worth dissecting.
According to an interview between Switch Player Magazine and Grasshopper Manufacture's Goichi Suda, there looks to become a window suggesting Travis Touchdown is coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. When speaking with “Suda51” himself, Suda was told to be very shy around the concept of Travis Touchdown being a possibility for that game. Stating “no comment”, which is evidently unlike Suda not to be vocal about certain scenarios as he's presented previously.
The report is relayed by @PushDustIn on Twitter that transcribed the current interview and spared the plausible announcement for that game.
Howbeit, the question does stretch beyond you would expect at first glance. The Twitter user later clarified the question asked to Suda applies to not only Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For the reason that, it is suggested if not Travis Touchdown being put into the game's playable roster, he could be receiving an Amiibo figurine instead. Noted the character is of the Nintendo-originated franchise, that does seem to be a probable possibility.
It is shocking how much time has passed without Travis Touchdown being put into Super Smash Bros. Because the series emerged on the Wii, the collaborative brawler has faced a slew of unique additions, but Travis Touchdown is still not one of them.
Currently underway for No More Heroes is the coming third installment: No More Heroes III. Regardless of the game being announced over a year ago for any 2022 release, it was this month that Suda shared more time is going to be needed for the game's development – pushing the arrival from the sequel to 2022. So for Travis Touchdown hitting Smash Ultimate in the meantime would keep fans occupied until his new game officially releases.
Elsewhere previously, it had been reported that 2009's Forget about Heroes was listed for Nintendo Switch in Taiwan. The sport initially released for the Wii and later on PlayStation 3, therefore the port would face some improvements of their original versions. Read the entire report by heading here.
Would you be at liberty if Travis Touchdown made his debut on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate?
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has gone out let's focus on Nintendo Switch.