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List of crowd cheers (SSBU)

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Below are links to the different crowd cheers based on language in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As with the announcer and most other character voice clips, most veterans returning from Super Smash Bros. 4 retain their crowd cheers from that game (except in Korean, Dutch and Russian versions, which reused Japanese/English voice clips in Smash 4 and thus completely new to all characters), while in French, Spanish, German and Italian versions, previously cut veterans (with the exceptions of Young Link and Pichu) use recreated versions of their crowd cheers from Super Smash Bros. Brawl's respective localizations (as it was in Smash 4).



  • Link and Toon Link share the same cheer with each other.
    • In spite of this, Young Link does not share the same cheer with Link and Toon Link. While it is similar in the Japanese version, Young Link's features high female voices, while Link and Toon Link's feature mixed voices.
  • Most likely due to complications arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, Min Min, Steve, Alex, Zombie, and Enderman's crowd cheers were only recorded in Japanese and Korean. All non-Korean language versions of the game use the Japanese crowd cheer.
    • However, Sephiroth, Pyra and Mythra have a crowd cheer separate from the Japanese and Korean versions which is heard in all non-Asian language versions of the game.
    • Kazuya and Sora have only one crowd cheer which is used in all language versions of the game, including Korean.