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The seven DLC fighters in SSB4 on Suzaku Castle.
For downloadable content available in this game's successor, see Downloadable content (SSBU). For general info, see Downloadable content.

DLC was first confirmed for Super Smash Bros. 4 in the "Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: 50-Fact Extravaganza" video presentation on October 23rd, 2014. Downloadable content for the game includes playable fighters, stages, and even additional features. Paid content in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U is found for purchase in the Nintendo eShop, and in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is found within a game-based DLC shop.

The DLC shop as it appeared in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS after Mewtwo's release.

Updates[edit]

Updates to the game are downloadable at no extra cost. The game must be updated to the latest version to purchase DLC, which is done automatically after starting the game from the system's main menu. Most updates also adjust game balance and mechanics, while fixing glitches and other errors as well. Change-logs for all updates are available at the links above. Nintendo did not release any detailed information as official announcements.

As with any other game, DLC data gets added via free updates. Completing a transaction to receive DLC is merely a "ticket" to grant access to said content. What this means is that DLC not purchased in an updated version is still technically installed but locked, and thus is accessible indirectly. Content that is locked can be seen and played against with opponents connecting via a system that has DLC paid for (in "With Anyone," "With Friends," and local Nintendo 3DS Versus modes). Without another person with DLC, locked content can still be seen via using amiibo as Figure Players, and saving uploaded or shared replays.

Fighters[edit]

PokemonSymbol.svg Mewtwo's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Mewtwo (Club Nintendo release: April 15th, 2015; Formal release: April 28th, 2015)
Melee veteran Mewtwo was announced as the very first DLC character in the Super Smash Bros. series during the 50-Fact Extravaganza on October 23rd, 2014. Mewtwo's release date was revealed on April 1st, 2015 during a Nintendo Direct. On April 15th, 2015, Mewtwo became available as a free download to players who registered both versions of SSB4 on Club Nintendo before March 31st, 2015. As of April 28th, 2015, Mewtwo is available for anyone to purchase.
EarthboundSymbol.svg LucasHeadSSB4-U.png Lucas (June 14th, 2015)
Brawl veteran Lucas was first confirmed to reappear in Super Smash Bros. 4 as a downloadable character alongside the reveal of Mewtwo's release date, during a Nintendo Direct held on April 1st, 2015. He was released on June 14th, 2015. The Smash Ballot, which gave people an opportunity to vote for a new character, was also announced.
FireEmblemSymbol.svg RoyHeadSSB4-U.png Roy (June 14th, 2015)
Melee veteran Roy was leaked as DLC in data-mining of the 1.0.6 and 1.0.8 updates. He was officially revealed by Masahiro Sakurai during a Nintendo Direct on June 14th, 2015, and released shortly after on the same day.
StreetFighterSymbol.svg RyuHeadSSB4-U.png Ryu (June 14th, 2015)
Newcomer Ryu from Capcom's Street Fighter series was leaked alongside Roy. Similarly, he was officially revealed by Masahiro Sakurai during a Nintendo Direct on June 14th, 2015 and released shortly after on the same day. Ryu comes as a set with the stage Suzaku Castle.
FinalFantasySymbol.svg CloudHeadSSB4-U.png Cloud (December 15th, 2015)
Newcomer Cloud Strife from Square Enix's Final Fantasy VII was announced during a Nintendo Direct on November 12th, 2015 and released on December 15th, 2015. Cloud comes as a set with the stage Midgar.
FireEmblemSymbol.svg CorrinHeadSSB4-U.png Corrin (February 3rd, 2016)
Newcomer Corrin from Fire Emblem Fates was announced during a Nintendo Direct on December 15th, 2015 and released on February 3rd, 2016. Corrin does not have an exclusive stage, but comes as a set with a music track in both versions; Corrin also comes with exclusive trophies in the 3DS version and two additional music tracks in the Wii U version.
BayonettaSymbol.svg BayonettaHeadSSB4-U.png Bayonetta (February 3rd, 2016)
Newcomer Bayonetta from SEGA and PlatinumGames' Bayonetta series was announced during a Nintendo Direct on December 15th, 2015 as the Smash Ballot winner, and released on February 3rd, 2016. Bayonetta comes as a set with the stage Umbra Clock Tower.

Similar to clone characters, DLC characters are recognized by being placed in a particular area on the character selection screen, regardless of which franchise from which they hail. When more than four DLC characters are on the 3DS version, and all other characters are unlocked, the DLC characters are labeled "Extra Fighters" on a separate page.

DLC characters also lack custom moves, and all have a generic, previously unused Palutena's Guidance scene. While there are no official reasons for this, the former is presumably due to time and budget constraints, and the latter is presumably due to repeatedly bringing back voice actors each time a character is released.

Stages[edit]

MiiverseSymbol.svg SSB4 - Miiverse.jpg Miiverse Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (June 14th, 2015)
A stage based on the Miiverse application found on Wii U and 3DS consoles, which was confirmed during the 50-Fact Extravaganza that it would be added to the Wii U version of SSB4 in an update after release. It was made available for free on June 14th, 2015.
KirbySymbol.svg SSB4UDreamLand64.png Super Smash Bros. Dream Land (64) (June 14th, 2015)
StreetFighterSymbol.svg SSB4WiiUSukazuCastle.png Suzaku Castle (June 14th, 2015)
Suzaku Castle comes as a set with Ryu.
MarioSymbol.svg SSBUPeach'sCastle64.PNG Super Smash Bros. Peach's Castle (64) (July 31st, 2015)
ZeldaSymbol.svg SSBUHyruleCastle64.PNG Super Smash Bros. Hyrule Castle (64) (July 31st, 2015)
MarioSymbol.svg SSBU SMM04.png Super Mario Maker (September 30th, 2015)
ZeldaSymbol.svg Pirate Ship Wii U.jpg Super Smash Bros. Brawl Pirate Ship Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (September 30th, 2015)
DuckHuntSymbol.svg Duck Hunt Smash 3DS.jpg Duck Hunt Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (September 30th, 2015)
The Duck Hunt stage was available in the Wii U version at launch as an unlockable stage. It was added to the 3DS version in a free update.
FinalFantasySymbol.svg Midgar in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Midgar (December 15th, 2015)
Midgar comes as a set with Cloud.
BayonettaSymbol.svg Umbra Clock Tower in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Umbra Clock Tower (February 3rd, 2016)
Umbra Clock Tower comes as a set with Bayonetta.

Modes[edit]

  • amiibo support Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (February 9th, 2015)
The Wii U version of SSB4 supported amiibo at launch, but the 3DS version had the feature added via patch on February 9th.
The 50-Fact Extravaganza confirmed that the Wii U version of SSB4 would contain a special mode that allows players to compete in and host tourneys online, in a similar vein to Mario Kart 8 tournaments, though it would not be ready at release. Another part of this mode is an elimination style tournament mode that bears a close resemblance to that of past Smash games. This type of tourney only begins at set (albeit frequent) times. The mode was later discontinued due to the shutdown of Miiverse.

Mii Costumes[edit]

Additional costumes for the Mii Fighters are available as paid DLC.

Wave 1[edit]

(April 15th, 2015)

The first wave of costumes was among the first available DLC for SSB4. It features original costumes, and costumes based on the Mega Man, The Legend of Zelda, and Xenoblade Chronicles series.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume SSB T-Shirt.jpg SSB T-Shirt Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Link Outfit.jpg Link Cap
Link Outfit
ZeldaSymbol.svg The Legend of Zelda Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Majora's Mask.jpg Majora's Mask ZeldaSymbol.svg The Legend of Zelda N/A
DLC Costume X's Armour.jpg X's Helmet
X's Armour
MegaManSymbol.svg Mega Man Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Proto Man.jpg Proto Man's Helmet
Proto Man's Armour
MegaManSymbol.svg Mega Man Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Dunban Outfit.jpg Dunban Wig
Dunban Outfit
XenobladeSymbol.svg Xenoblade Chronicles Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Cat Suit.jpg Cat Hat
Cat Suit
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Monkey Suit.jpg Monkey Hat
Monkey Suit
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 2[edit]

(June 14th, 2015)

The second wave of costumes was released alongside characters and stages on June 14th, 2015. It features costumes based on the Mega Man, Animal Crossing, Splatoon, Virtua Fighter, and Tekken series. The Splatoon costumes were also made available as part of a promotion for pre-ordering or purchasing Splatoon at GameStop between May 8th and June 13th, 2015.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume Isabelle Outfit.jpg Isabelle Hat
Isabelle Outfit
Symbol of the Animal Crossing series. Animal Crossing Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume MegaMan.EXE Armor.jpg MegaMan.EXE's Helmet
MegaMan.EXE's Armor
MegaManSymbol.svg Mega Man Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Zero's Armor.jpg Zero's Helmet
Zero's Armor
MegaManSymbol.svg Mega Man Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
source: Nintendo Everything Inkling Wig
Inkling Outfit
SplatoonSymbol.svg Splatoon Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
[1] Inkling Squid Hat SplatoonSymbol.svg Splatoon N/A
DLC Costume Akira Outfit.jpg Akira Wig
Akira Outfit
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Virtua Fighter Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Jacky Outfit.jpg Jacky Wig
Jacky Outfit
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Virtua Fighter Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Heihachi Outfit.jpg Heihachi Wig
Heihachi Outfit
TekkenSymbol.svg Tekken Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
  • K.K. Slider costume (June 19th, 2015 - July 11th, 2015 (Japan)/July 31st, 2015 (Worldwide))
In Japan, this costume was available for free as part of a promotion with 7-Eleven from June 19th, 2015 through July 11th, 2015; it was released worldwide for free on July 31st, 2015 as part of the 1.1.0 update.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume K.K. Slider Outfit.jpg K.K. Slider Hat
K.K. Slider Outfit
Symbol of the Animal Crossing series. Animal Crossing Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 3[edit]

(July 31st, 2015)

The third wave of costumes was released alongside stages and modes on July 31st, 2015. It features original costumes, and costumes based on the Donkey Kong, Fire Emblem, EarthBound, Metroid, and Tales series.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume Hoodie Outfit.jpg Hoodie Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Bear Suit.jpg Bear Hat
Bear Suit
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume King K. Rool Outfit.jpg King K. Rool Hat
King K. Rool Outfit
Symbol of the DK series. Donkey Kong Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Flying Man Outfit.jpg Flying Man Hat
Flying Man Outfit
EarthboundSymbol.svg EarthBound Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Chrom Outfit.jpg Chrom Wig
Chrom Outfit
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Fire Emblem Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Black Knight Helm.jpg Black Knight Helm
Black Knight's Armor
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Fire Emblem Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Lloyd Outfit.jpg Lloyd Wig
Lloyd Outfit
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Tales Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Samus's Armor.jpg Samus's Helmet[note 1]
Samus's Armor
MetroidSymbol.svg Metroid Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 4[edit]

(September 30th, 2015)

The fourth wave of costumes was released alongside stages on September 30th, 2015. It features original costumes, and costumes based on the Mario, Star Fox, F-Zero, Kid Icarus, and Monster Hunter series.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume Business Suit.jpg Business Suit Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Toad Outfit.jpg Toad Hat
Toad Outfit
MarioSymbol.svg Mario Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Viridi Outfit.jpg Viridi Wig
Viridi Outfit
KidIcarusSymbol.svg Kid Icarus Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Hunter's Mail.jpg Hunter's Helm
Hunter's Mail
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Monster Hunter Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Rathalos Mail.jpg Rathalos Helm
Rathalos Mail
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Monster Hunter Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Fox Outfit.jpg Fox Hat
Fox Outfit
StarFoxSymbol.svg Star Fox Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Captain Falcon's Outfit.jpg Captain Falcon Helmet[note 1]
Captain Falcon's Outfit
FZeroSymbol.svg F-Zero Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 5[edit]

(December 16, 2015)

The fifth wave of costumes was released alongside a character and stage on December 16, 2015. It featured costumes based on the Final Fantasy and Mario series.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
The Chocobo hat in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Chocobo Hat FinalFantasySymbol.svg Final Fantasy N/A
The Geno costume in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Geno Hat
Geno Outfit
MarioSymbol.svg Mario Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

Wave 6[edit]

(February 3rd, 2016)

The sixth and final wave of costumes was released alongside two characters and a stage on February 3rd, 2016. It features original costumes, and costumes based on the Wario, Sonic, The Mysterious Murasame Castle, and Babylonian Castle Saga series.
Image Costume Universe Outfit Build
DLC Costume Bionic Armor.jpg Bionic Helmet
Bionic Armor
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series. Super Smash Bros. Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Ashley costume.jpg Ashley Wig
Ashley Outfit
WarioSymbol.svg Wario Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Tails Costume.jpg Tails Wig
Tails Outfit
SonicSymbol.svg Sonic the Hedgehog Mii Gunner's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Knuckles Costume.jpg Knuckles Wig
Knuckles Outfit
SonicSymbol.svg Sonic the Hedgehog Mii Brawler's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Takamaru costume for Mii Swordfighters in SSB4. Takamaru Wig
Takamaru Outfit
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg The Mysterious Murasame Castle Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
DLC Costume Gil Armor.jpg Gil Helm
Gil Armor
SpecialStagesSymbol.svg Babylonian Castle Saga Mii Swordfighter's stock icon in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
  1. ^ a b This item is also unlockable through normal gameplay, but will be unlocked immediately when bought if it hasn't been already.

Trophies[edit]

Trophies of fighters for All-Star Mode and Classic Mode are included upon purchasing the fighter, as well as additional trophies:

(April 15th, 2015)

PokemonSymbol.svg Mewtwo
PokemonSymbol.svg Mewtwo (Alt)
PokemonSymbol.svg Psystrike Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Mewtwo are included with the purchase of Mewtwo.

(June 14th, 2015)

EarthboundSymbol.svg Lucas
EarthboundSymbol.svg Lucas (Alt)
EarthboundSymbol.svg PK Starstorm (Lucas) Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Lucas are included with the purchase of Lucas.
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Roy
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Roy (Alt)
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Critical Hit Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Roy are included with the purchase of Roy.
StreetFighterSymbol.svg Ryu
StreetFighterSymbol.svg Ryu (Alt.)
StreetFighterSymbol.svg Ken
StreetFighterSymbol.svg Shin Shoryuken / Shinku Hadoken Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Street Fighter are included with the purchase of Ryu.
SplatoonSymbol.svg Inkling
A trophy of a female Inkling from Splatoon can be received by purchasing any of the Inkling Mii Fighter costumes included in DLC Wave 2.

(December 15th, 2015)

FinalFantasySymbol.svg Cloud
FinalFantasySymbol.svg Cloud (Alt)
FinalFantasySymbol.svg Omnislash Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Cloud are included with the purchase of Cloud.

(February 3rd, 2016)

FireEmblemSymbol.svg Corrin
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Corrin (Alt)
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Torrential Roar Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Corrin are included with the purchase of Corrin.
BayonettaSymbol.svg Bayonetta
BayonettaSymbol.svg Bayonetta (Alt.)
BayonettaSymbol.svg Jeanne
BayonettaSymbol.svg Rodin
BayonettaSymbol.svg Bayonetta (Original)
BayonettaSymbol.svg Cereza
BayonettaSymbol.svg Infernal Climax Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Trophies of Bayonetta are included with the purchase of Bayonetta.
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Ryoma Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
FireEmblemSymbol.svg Xander Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Trophies of Ryoma and Xander from Fire Emblem Fates are included with the purchase of Corrin on the 3DS version.

Other[edit]

  • Share Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (February 9th, 2015), Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (April 15th, 2015)
The ability to share player-created content such as custom stages, replays, and screenshots was added.
The ability to upload replays to YouTube was added.
  • Highlight Reels Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (September 30th, 2015)
The ability to upload highlight reels of replays to YouTube was added.
  • Lost in Thoughts All Alone (Super Smash Bros. 4 Remix and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Original) (February 3rd, 2016)
This song from Fire Emblem Fates is included for existing Fire Emblem stages Coliseum and Castle Siege when Corrin is purchased on the Wii U version. Only the remixed version is added to the 3DS version, for use during Smash Run.

Pricing[edit]

DLC bundles are the same price as all their individual pieces of DLC bought separately. This applies both for buying it for one version and buying it for both versions.

Characters[edit]

Downloadable characters can be bought for one version at full price or both versions discounted. There are three levels of pricing for characters: veteran characters are the least expensive, the sole Nintendo newcomer is slightly more expensive, and third-party characters are the most expensive (and are each packaged with a stage). Additionally, characters can be bought in bundles, which includes any stage a character was included with. Characters are priced at:

Region Price (Mewtwo, Lucas and Roy) Price (Corrin) Price (Bayonetta, Ryu and Cloud; includes free stage) Price (Fighter Bundle #1) Price (All-in-One Fighter Bundle)
United States United States $3.99 USD (one version)
$4.99 USD (both versions)
$4.99 USD (one version)
$5.99 USD (both versions)
$5.99 USD (one version)
$6.99 USD (both versions)
$17.96 USD (one version)
$21.96 USD (both versions)
$34.93 (one version)
$41.93 (both versions)
United Kingdom United Kingdom £3.59 GBP (one version)
£4.49 GBP (both versions)
£4.49 GBP (one version)
£5.39 GBP (both versions)
£5.39 GBP (one version)
£6.29 GBP (both versions)
£16.16 GBP (one version)
£19.76 GBP (both versions)
£31.43 GBP (one version)
£37.73 GBP (both versions)
Australia Australia $5.20 AUD (one version)
$6.50 AUD (both versions)
$6.50 AUD (one version)
$7.80 AUD (both versions)
$7.80 AUD (one version)
$9.10 AUD (both versions)
$23.40 AUD (one version)
$28.60 AUD (both versions)
$45.50 AUD (one version)
$54.60 AUD (both versions)
Japan Japan ¥450 JPY (one version)
¥550 JPY (both versions)
¥550 JPY (one version)
¥650 JPY (both versions)
¥650 JPY (one version)
¥750 JPY (both versions)
¥2,000 JPY (one version)
¥2,400 JPY (both versions)
¥3,850 JPY (one version)
¥4,550 JPY (both versions)
Europe Eurozone €3.99 EUR (one version)
€4.99 EUR (both versions)
€4.99 EUR (one version)
€5.99 EUR (both versions)
€5.99 EUR (one version)
€6.99 EUR (both versions)
€17.96 EUR (one version)
€21.96 EUR (both versions)
€34.93 EUR (one version)
€41.93 EUR (both versions)
Canada Canada $4.99 CAD (one version)
$6.29 CAD (both versions)
$6.29 CAD (one version)
$7.49 CAD (both versions)
$7.49 CAD (one version)
$8.79 CAD (both versions)
$22.46 CAD (one version)
$27.66 CAD (both versions)
$43.73 CAD (one version)
$52.73 CAD (both versions)
New Zealand New Zealand $6.80 NZD (one version)
$8.50 NZD (both versions)
$8.50 NZD (one version)
$10.20 NZD (both versions)
$10.20 NZD (one version)
$11.90 NZD (both versions)
$30.60 NZD (one version)
$37.40 NZD (both versions)
$59.50 NZD (one version)
$71.40 NZD (both versions)
Mexico Mexico $48.99 MXN (one version)
$61.99 MXN (both versions)
$61.99 MXN (one version)
$73.99 MXN (both versions)
$73.99 MXN (one version)
$86.99 MXN (both versions)
$220.96 MXN (one version)
$272.96 MXN (both versions)
$430.93 MXN (one version)
$520.93 MXN (both versions)
Switzerland Switzerland Fr 5.60 CHF (one version)
Fr 7.00 CHF (both versions)
Fr 7.00 CHF (one version)
Fr 8.40 CHF (both versions)
Fr 8.40 CHF (one version)
Fr 9.80 CHF (both versions)
Fr 24.14 CHF (one version)
Fr 30.74 CHF (both versions)
Fr 48.90 CHF (one version)
Fr 58.70 CHF (both versions)
Russia Russia ₽299 RUB (one version)
₽375 RUB (both versions)
₽375 RUB (one version)
₽449 RUB (both versions)
₽449 RUB (one version)
₽525 RUB (both versions)
₽1,346 RUB (one version)
₽1,650 RUB (both versions)
₽2,619 RUB (one version)
₽3,149 RUB (both versions)

Stages[edit]

Stages can be bought for one version at full price or for both versions discounted. Stages that come bundled with a character cannot be purchased separately. Stages are priced at:

Region Price (past stage) Price (Super Mario Maker) Price (Stage Bundle; 3DS does not include Pirate Ship)
United States United States $1.99 USD (one version)
$2.99 USD (both versions)
$2.49 USD (one version)
$3.49 USD (both versions)
$8.46 USD (3DS version)
$10.45 USD (Wii U version)
$14.45 USD (both versions)
United Kingdom United Kingdom £1.79 GBP (one version)
£2.69 GBP (both versions)
£2.29 GBP (one version)
£3.19 GBP (both versions)
£7.99 GBP (3DS version)
£9.45 GBP (Wii U version)
£13.05 GBP (both versions)
Australia Australia $2.60 AUD (one version)
$3.90 AUD (both versions)
$3.25 AUD (one version)
$4.55 AUD (both versions)
$11.05 AUD (3DS version)
$13.65 AUD (Wii U version)
$18.85 AUD (both versions)
Japan Japan ¥250 JPY (one version)
¥350 JPY (both versions)
¥300 JPY (one version)
¥400 JPY (both versions)
¥1,050 JPY (3DS version)
¥1,300 JPY (Wii U version)
¥1,700 JPY (both versions)
Europe Eurozone €1.99 EUR (one version)
€2.99 EUR (both versions)
€2.49 EUR (one version)
€3.49 EUR (both versions)
€8.46 EUR (3DS version)
€10.45 EUR (Wii U version)
€14.45 EUR (both versions)
Canada Canada $2.49 CAD (one version)
$3.79 CAD (both versions)
$3.19 CAD (one version)
$4.39 CAD (both versions)
$10.66 CAD (3DS version)
$13.15 CAD (Wii U version)
$18.25 CAD (both versions)
New Zealand New Zealand $3.40 NZD (one version)
$5.10 NZD (both versions)
$4.25 NZD (one version)
$5.95 NZD (both versions)
$14.45 NZD (3DS version)
$14.45 NZD (Wii U version)
$24.65 NZD (both versions)
Mexico Mexico $24.99 MXN (one version)
$36.99 MXN (both versions)
$30.99 MXN (one version)
$42.99 MXN (both versions)
$105.96 MXN (3DS version)
$130.95 MXN (Wii U version)
$178.95 MXN (both versions)
Switzerland Switzerland Fr 2.80 CHF (one version)
Fr 4.20 CHF (both versions)
Fr 3.49 CHF (one version)
Fr 4.89 CHF (both versions)
Fr 11.84 CHF (3DS version)
Fr 14.63 CHF (Wii U version)
Fr 20.23 CHF (both versions)
Russia Russia ₽149 RUB (one version)
₽225 RUB (both versions)
₽187 RUB (one version)
₽262 RUB (both versions)
₽634 RUB (3DS version)
₽783 RUB (Wii U version)
₽1,086 RUB (both versions)

Mii Fighter costumes[edit]

As with characters, downloadable Mii Fighter costumes can be bought for one version at full price or for both versions discounted. These can also be bought individually, or in a bundle that includes all Mii costumes added in a particular update. The first 3 bundles all cost the same. They are priced at:

Region Price (each) Price (collection #1, #2, #3) Price (collection #4) Price (collection #5) Price (collection #6)
United States United States $0.75 USD (one version)
$1.15 USD (both versions)
$6.00 USD (one version)
$9.20 USD (both versions)
$5.25 USD (one version)
$8.05 USD (both versions)
$1.50 USD (one version)
$2.30 USD (both versions)
$4.50 USD (one version)
$6.90 USD (both versions)
United Kingdom United Kingdom £0.69 GBP (one version)
£1.09 GBP (both versions)
£5.52 GBP (one version)
£8.72 GBP (both versions)
£4.83 GBP (one version)
£7.63 GBP (both versions)
£1.38 GBP (one version)
£2.18 GBP (both versions)
£4.14 GBP (one version)
£6.54 GBP (both versions)
Australia Australia $1.05 AUD (one version)
$1.55 AUD (both versions)
$8.40 AUD (one version)
$12.40 AUD (both versions)
$7.35 AUD (one version)
$10.85 AUD (both versions)
$2.10 AUD (one version)
$3.10 AUD (both versions)
$6.30 AUD (one version)
$9.30 AUD (both versions)
Japan Japan ¥80 JPY (one version)
¥120 JPY (both versions)
¥640 JPY (one version)
¥960 JPY (both versions)
¥560 JPY (one version)
¥840 JPY (both versions)
¥160 JPY (one version)
¥240 JPY (both versions)
¥480 JPY (one version)
¥720 JPY (both versions)
Europe Eurozone €0.79 EUR (one version)
€1.19 EUR (both versions)
€6.32 EUR (one version)
€9.52 EUR (both versions)
€5.53 EUR (one version)
€8.33 EUR (both versions)
€1.58 EUR (one version)
€2.38 EUR (both versions)
€4.74 EUR (one version)
€7.14 EUR (both versions)
Canada Canada $0.99 CAD (one version)
$1.49 CAD (both versions)
$7.92 CAD (one version)
$11.92 CAD (both versions)
$6.93 CAD (one version)
$10.43 CAD (both versions)
$1.98 CAD (one version)
$2.98 CAD (both versions)
$5.94 CAD (one version)
$8.94 CAD (both versions)
New Zealand New Zealand $1.35 NZD (one version)
$2.00 NZD (both versions)
$10.80 NZD (one version)
$16.00 NZD (both versions)
$9.45 NZD (one version)
$14.00 NZD (both versions)
$2.70 NZD (one version)
$4.00 NZD (both versions)
$8.10 NZD (one version)
$12.00 NZD (both versions)
Mexico Mexico $8.99 MXN (one version)
$13.49 MXN (both versions)
$71.92 MXN (one version)
$107.92 MXN (both versions)
$62.93 MXN (one version)
$94.43 MXN (both versions)
$17.98 MXN (one version)
$26.98 MXN (both versions)
$53.94 MXN (one version)
$80.94 MXN (both versions)
Switzerland Switzerland Fr 1.10 CHF (one version)
Fr 1.70 CHF (both versions)
Fr 8.80 CHF (one version)
Fr 13.60 CHF (both versions)
Fr 7.35 CHF (one version)
Fr 11.25 CHF (both versions)
Fr 2.10 CHF (one version)
Fr 3.22 CHF (both versions)
Fr 6.30 CHF (one version)
Fr 9.66 CHF (both versions)
Russia Russia ₽59 RUB (one version)
₽89 RUB (both versions)
₽472 RUB (one version)
₽712 RUB (both versions)
₽413 RUB (one version)
₽623 RUB (both versions)
₽118 RUB (one version)
₽178 RUB (both versions)
₽354 RUB (one version)
₽534 RUB (both versions)

Full DLC Collections[edit]

Also available for purchase are collections that include all DLC released in a particular update. These vary in price depending on the amount of content.

Region Price (wave 1) Price (wave 2) Price (wave 3) Price (wave 4) Price (wave 5) Price (wave 6)
United States United States $9.99 USD (one version)
$14.19 USD (both versions)
$21.96 USD (one version)
$29.16 USD (both versions)
$9.98 USD (one version)
$15.18 USD (both versions)
$7.74 USD (3DS version)
$9.73 USD (Wii U version)
$13.53 USD (both versions)
$7.49 USD (one version)
$9.29 USD (both versions)
$15.48 USD (one version)
$19.88 USD (both versions)
United Kingdom United Kingdom £9.11 GBP (one version)
£13.21 GBP (both versions)
£19.88 GBP (one version)
£26.68 GBP (both versions)
£9.10 GBP (one version)
£14.10 GBP (both versions)
£7.12 GBP (3DS version)
£8.91 GBP (Wii U version)
£12.61 GBP (both versions)
£6.77 GBP (one version)
£8.47 GBP (both versions)
£14.02 GBP (one version)
£18.22 GBP (both versions)
Australia Australia $13.60 AUD (one version)
$18.90 AUD (both versions)
$29.20 AUD (one version)
$38.40 AUD (both versions)
$13.60 AUD (one version)
$20.20 AUD (both versions)
$10.60 AUD (3DS version)
$13.20 AUD (Wii U version)
$18.00 AUD (both versions)
$9.90 AUD (one version)
$12.20 AUD (both versions)
$20.60 AUD (one version)
$26.20 AUD (both versions)
Japan Japan ¥1,090 JPY (one version)
¥1,510 JPY (both versions)
¥2,440 JPY (one version)
¥3,160 JPY (both versions)
¥1,140 JPY (one version)
¥1,660 JPY (both versions)
¥860 JPY (3DS version)
¥1,110 JPY (Wii U version)
¥1,490 JPY (both versions)
¥810 JPY (one version)
¥990 JPY (both versions)
¥1,680 JPY (one version)
¥2,120 JPY (both versions)
Europe Eurozone €10.31 EUR (one version)
€14.51 EUR (both versions)
€22.28 EUR (one version)
€29.48 EUR (both versions)
€10.30 EUR (one version)
€15.50 EUR (both versions)
€8.02 EUR (3DS version)
€10.01 EUR (Wii U version)
€13.81 EUR (both versions)
€7.57 EUR (one version)
€9.37 EUR (both versions)
€15.72 EUR (one version)
€20.12 EUR (both versions)
Canada Canada $12.91 CAD (one version)
$18.21 CAD (both versions)
$27.88 CAD (one version)
$37.08 CAD (both versions)
$12.90 CAD (one version)
$19.50 CAD (both versions)
$10.12 CAD (3DS version)
$12.61 CAD (Wii U version)
$17.31 CAD (both versions)
$9.47 CAD (one version)
$11.77 CAD (both versions)
$19.72 CAD (one version)
$25.22 CAD (both version)
New Zealand New Zealand $17.60 NZD (one version)
$24.50 NZD (both versions)
$38.00 NZD (one version)
$50.00 NZD (both versions)
$17.60 NZD (one version)
$26.20 NZD (both versions)
$13.70 NZD (3DS version)
$17.10 NZD (Wii U version)
$23.35 NZD (both versions)
$12.90 NZD (one version)
$15.90 NZD (both versions)
$26.80 NZD (one version)
$34.10 NZD (both versions)
Mexico Mexico $120.91 MXN (one version)
$169.91 MXN (both versions)
$268.88 MXN (one version)
$355.88 MXN (both versions)
$121.90 MXN (one version)
$181.90 MXN (both versions)
$93.92 MXN (3DS version)
$118.91 MXN (Wii U version)
$162.41 MXN (both versions)
$91.97 MXN (one version)
$113.97 MXN (both versions)
$189.92 MXN (one version)
$241.92 MXN (both versions)
Switzerland Switzerland Fr 14.40 CHF (one version)
Fr 20.60 CHF (both versions)
Fr 31.20 CHF (one version)
Fr 41.60 CHF (both versions)
Fr 14.40 CHF (one version)
Fr 22.00 CHF (both versions)
Fr 11.20 CHF (3DS version)
Fr 14.00 CHF (Wii U version)
Fr 19.60 CHF (both versions)
Fr 10.49 CHF (one version)
Fr 13.01 CHF (both versions)
Fr 21.67 CHF (one version)
Fr 27.83 (both versions)
Russia Russia ₽771 RUB (one version)
₽1,087 RUB (both versions)
₽1,668 RUB (one version)
₽2,212 RUB (both versions)
₽770 RUB (one version)
₽1,162 RUB (both versions)
₽600 RUB (3DS version)
₽749 RUB (Wii U version)
₽1,034 RUB (both versions)
₽567 RUB (one version)
₽703 RUB (both versions)
₽1,178 RUB (one version)
₽1,508 RUB (both versions)

DLC Trailer Video[edit]

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]