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List of updates (SSBU)

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This page documents the update history of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. All additions, fixes and changes are grouped together by the update they were introduced. Some updates have corresponding Changelogs that can be accessed by clicking on the update itself. The changelogs record all gameplay adjustments introduced in the update, which are categorized by character and attached to a symbol that annotates the effect of the adjustment. A green symbol signals a definite buff. A red symbol signals a definite nerf. A blue symbol signals a neutral adjustment. A yellow symbol signals a relation to a glitch. The "Universal" category refers to adjustments to the game as a whole instead a single character.

1.0.0[edit]

1.0.0[edit]

The base game was released worldwide on December 7th, 2018 (December 8th in some time zones). Due to the presence of a day 1 patch, only the physical version of the game is possible to play on 1.0.0. To access this version today, delete any game data downloaded onto the system memory or an inserted Micro SD card. Then, turn off any internet connections and keep them off while the game is inserted and save data is on the system to avoid update notifications.

1.1.0[edit]

1.1.0[edit]

This update was released alongside the game's Australian release on December 7th, 2018 (December 8th in some time zones), its first official release in any time zone (also known as a "day 1 patch").[1][2]

  • Offline
    • Added a Hard difficulty to Adventure mode.
    • Incorporated team colors for Spirit Battles and when fighting false characters in the final battle.
    • Made it so that music played in a Spirit Battle preview will continue into the battle itself, instead of restarting when the battle begins.
    • Removed the ability to set a player's damage to what is selected on the Training Mode menu by clicking on the player damage bar.
    • The revival platforms now appear in the same location in Training Mode as in Versus Mode.
    • Players who have save data for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! on their Nintendo Switch will be gifted with the Partner Pikachu or Partner Eevee spirit, respectively.
  • Online
    • Online now includes Quickplay, Battle Arenas, Spectate, and Background Matchmaking.
    • Global Smash Power will now be displayed.
    • Note that the above requires a Nintendo Switch Online membership.
  • Game Data Adjustments
    • The ability to receive spirit event data has been added.
    • The ability to receive presents has been added.
    • The number of challenges has increased from 111 to 124, as it now includes a new page with the online challenges.
  • DLC Content
    • The special bonus for the Fighters Pass Vol. 1, Xenoblade Chronicles 2's Rex's Mii Fighter costume (Swordfighter type), has been added.
  • Misc.
    • Game balance adjustments.
    • Various gameplay fixes.
    • The feather present on Mr. Game & Watch's forward smash animation and the artwork for the Fire Attack spirit have been removed.
    • The Merman spirit's name has been changed to Fishman.

1.2.0[edit]

1.2.0[edit]

This update was released on December 13th, 2018 (December 14th in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • Adjusted difficulty of approaching challengers.
  • Online
    • When matchmaking in Quickplay, Preferred Rules will be more highly prioritized.
    • Increased connection stability within Battle Arenas.

1.2.1[edit]

This update was released on December 21st, 2018 (December 22nd in some time zones).[1]

  • Misc.
    • Various gameplay fixes.

2.0.0[edit]

2.0.0[edit]

This update was released on January 29th, 2019 (January 30th in some time zones).[1]

  • General
    • Piranha Plant is now available for purchase and download.
    • Kirby has been given a Piranha Plant copy ability in which he wears a Piranha Plant and his neutral special is replaced with the Ptooie move.
    • Pressing both jump buttons now inputs a short hop.
    • Fixed an issue where the KO score included one's teammate KO when Team Attack is on.
    • Characters now respawn in the center of Ω form stages instead of to the left.
    • Bug fixes:
      • Patched out the Infinite Assist Trophy glitch.
      • Patched out the Slingshot Crash.
      • Fixed a glitch where if Olimar had any Attack-increasing spirits equipped, the Attack multiplier would be applied twice for any of his attacks involving Pikmin, causing extremely large damage outputs.
      • The song "Bein' Friend" was renamed to "Bein' Friends".
      • Reversed the function of hide models when the camera gets too close to the fighters in camera mode. This was done mainly to avoid the error of showing Split models.
    • The Techniques menu has been updated with two new sections for "Ptooie" and "Long-Stem Strike". They are the 78th and 79th options.
    • Two new Smash Tag icons have been added, both of Piranha Plant: its default skin and its green skin.
    • Game-balance adjustments.
  • Spirit Board
    • Can now be played with up to four players offline.
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Partner Pikachu
      • Partner Eevee
      • Dice Block
      • River Survival
      • Golden Dash Mushroom
    • On the Spirit Board, the player can now fight a spirit three times before it disappears.
  • Online
    • GSP calculation method has been adjusted.

2.0.1[edit]

This update was released on February 21st, 2019 (February 22nd in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • Fixed an issue in ver. 2.0.0 where an adventure challenge featuring King K. Rool could not be completed.
  • Misc.
    • Various gameplay fixes.

2.0.2[edit]

This update was released on April 2nd, 2019 (April 3rd in some time zones).

  • General
    • Added support for the Ken amiibo figure. The patch notes mention that support for the Smash Bros. Daisy and Young Link amiibo figures was also added, but the 1.0.0 datamine suggests that Daisy and Young Link Smash amiibo were supported since launch,[citation needed] and amiibo support for these characters in general was already possible via the Mario series Daisy and Majora's Mask Link figures.

3.0.0[edit]

3.0.0[edit]

This update was released on April 17th, 2019 (April 18th in some time zones).[1]

  • General
    • The following content is now available for purchase and download:
    • Kirby has been given a Joker copy ability in which he wears Joker's hair and mask and his neutral special is replaced with the Gun move. He does not gain the Rebellion Gauge, so he does not have access to Arsène and Gun Special by extension.
    • How to Play now contains options to view the help screens for DLC Spirits, Stage Builder, Edit Video and Shared Content.
    • Mode Guide now contains selections for Stage Builder and Shared Content. The Replays section now contains information on Edit Video.
    • An additional question concerning Stage Builder has been added to the FAQ.
    • There is now a button to view the Credits in the bottom-right corner of the Help menu. This version is different from the Classic Mode and World of Light credits; it simply scrolls the names in the center of a black screen while playing the Vault's theme, and has extra companies and names relating to downloadable content, such as Atlus. These credits can be fast-forwarded, reversed, and paused.
    • The Techniques menu has been updated with two new sections for "Gun / Gun Special" and "Rebellion Gauge". They are the 80th and 81st options.
    • Three new Smash Tag icons have been added, all concerning Joker: his Phantom Thief outfit, his Shujin school uniform, and the Persona series symbol, the Phantom Thieves of Hearts logo.
    • Chrom now uses the Fire Emblem Awakening victory theme.
    • The Announcer now properly calls out Stamina Mode if it is the set game mode.
    • Shortened downtime for Perfect Shielding projectiles.
    • Consecutive dodge rolls have more endlag.
    • No Palutena’s Guidance scenes for Ultimate's DLC fighters, instead Ultimate's DLC fighters will use the same generic Palutena’s Guidance scene used previously for Smash 4's DLC fighters.
  • Online
    • Replays, videos, Mii Fighters and custom stages can now be posted online via Shared Content.
      • Players cannot post replays of online/local wireless battles on custom stages, or videos that include custom stages.
    • It is now easier to be matched with players who have a similar Global Smash Power in Quickplay.
    • Players can now sync the game with Smash World, a service accessible via the Nintendo Switch Online smart device app.
      • They can view content posted to Shared Content, and create spirit teams from the spirits they have collected.

3.0.1[edit]

This update was released on April 25th, 2019 (April 26th in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • A bug where winning with a Final Smash while on Joker's route in Classic Mode would prevent the game from progressing has been fixed.
    • A bug where aiming the Lightning Chariot beyond the blast zones on certain stages would cause the game to close has been fixed.
  • Misc.
    • Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.

3.1.0[edit]

3.1.0[edit]

This update was released on May 30th, 2019 (May 31st in some time zones).[1]

  • Online
    • Figure Players are now usable in Battle Arenas.
    • Figure Players can now be sent on a journey.
    • Adjustments to Quick Play preferred rules.
    • Adjustments to Arenas
      • There is a new Type of arena, "amiibo Battle".
      • The color for Playground arenas has been changed to green. amiibo Battle uses Playground's old teal color.
      • The "amiibo" setting has been added, allowing players to include or exclude arenas that allow amiibo when searching for arenas.
      • The "Passworded Arenas" setting has been added, allowing players to include or exclude arenas that need a password to enter.
      • The "Next" indicator on the next players in line to enter the ring has been moved to the left.
      • In arenas that choose players' preferred stages, music is now randomly chosen on a match-by-match basis when a player picks a stage without specifying a song, rather than randomly picking one song and always playing it.

4.0.0[edit]

4.0.0[edit]

This update was released on July 30th, 2019 (July 31st in some time zones).[1]

  • General
    • The following content is now available for purchase and download:
    • Kirby has been given a Hero copy ability in which he wears Erdwin's Coronet, Erdwin's Shield, and the Supreme Sword of Light. These are all items that are available in Dragon Quest XI. Kirby's neutral special is replaced with the Frizz move, which can be charged to Frizzle and Kafrizz. Kirby also gains the MP Gauge, which functions identically to that of Hero.
    • The FS Meter automatically depletes if it is not used within 20 seconds of being fully charged.
    • How to Play now contains options to view the help screen for Online Tourney.
    • The Techniques menu has been updated with two new sections for "Special Moves That Change When Charged" (Frizz, Zap, and Woosh) and "Command Selection". They are the 82nd and 83rd options.
    • Five new Smash Tag icons have been added, all relating to Dragon Quest. The first four are the default skins of the Hero, and the last is their series symbol, Erdrick's symbol.
    • The Koopalings and Alph now have their own pictures to go along with their bios.
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    • Very Easy difficulty has been added to Adventure mode.
    • Snapshots can be added to the time line in Edit Video.
    • Steel, grass, sponge, paper, and yarn terrains have been adjusted in Stage Builder.
    • The damage meter is now displayed when testing stages in Stage Builder.
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Hero's Comrades
      • Cetacea
      • Slime
        • enhances to King Slime
      • Dracky
      • Golem
      • Great Sabrecub
        • enhances to Great Sabrecat
      • Liquid Metal Slime
    • Players can select pages for DLC Spirits. Only Persona and Dragon Quest pages are selectable with three more selections being labeled as "COMING SOON".
  • Online
    • Online Tourney mode has been added.
    • A Support function to predict the winner of a Spectate battle and earn points has been added. The points can be exchanged for in-game items and gold.
    • Videos can now be played repeatedly in Shared Content. In addition, a "Yeah!" will be added automatically whenever posted content is saved.
    • A pop-up will appear on the results screen when a fighter has been unlocked into, or kicked out of Elite Smash. Opponents can no longer be rematched and the game will return to the Quickplay menu.

5.0.0[edit]

5.0.0[edit]

This update was released on September 4th, 2019 (September 5th in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • Home-Run Contest game mode added.
    • The following spirits will now appear in the Shop on the Vault Menu.
    • Players who have save data for Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition or its demo on their Nintendo Switch will be gifted with the Tockles spirit.
  • Online
    • The message for reaching Elite Smash has been changed.
    • Replays are no longer paused with the left shoulder button, which previously paused gameplay with the frame-by-frame function.
      • Game footage can now only be paused with the plus button.
    • It is now possible to adjust the move set for a Mii Fighter downloaded from Shared Content.

6.0.0[edit]

6.0.0[edit]

This update was released on November 6th, 2019 (November 7th in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
    • The Tockles spirit is now available to battle on Hero's Spirit Board, in addition to being available as a gift like before.
  • Online
    • Adjustments to Arenas
      • There are two new types of arena: "Elite Only", which has a bright yellow color, and "Beginners Only", which has a green color. Both of them are placed after "amiibo Battle". These two types are mutually exclusive; if the player has access to "Elite Only", "Beginners Only" disappears and they can't enter any arenas of that type.
      • In Arenas, rules can now be changed without closing the arena.
      • A new option has been added for stage selection when creating an Arena, "Random Battlefield and Ω form". True to its name, it acts as a combination of the Random Battlefield and Random Ω Form settings.
      • The Arena Log is now a much more substantial part of Arenas:
        • The log takes up a larger area when not expanded, now touching the ring, allowing more messages to be seen.
        • If a ruleset is changed or not changed, it is shown in the window.
        • The Arena Log now counts the number of battles done in the Arena, as well as how many battles a player has won in a row.
        • Several of the Arena Log's automated messages, such as "The battle has started", "The battle has ended", and "[playername] has racked up 10 KOs" have been changed.
        • Messages sent by players appear in the log.
      • Predefined messages can now be sent in the Arena. They are in a menu opened with the R button. 91 messages are included under the All section, which are divided between Greetings, Preparation, Before Battle, Thoughts, and Goodbyes sections. In addition to appearing in the Arena Log, messages will also appear above the token of the player who sends it.
      • Button prompts are now shown in the Arena. This includes A when holding a token over the Waiting Area, Ring, or Spectator Stands, L to expand the Arena Log, and R to send a message.
      • The Arena ID is now shown in the top right below the Player List button, in addition to being present on the Rules popup as before.

6.1.0[edit]

6.1.0[edit]

This update was released on November 14th, 2019 (November 15th in some time zones).[1]

6.1.1[edit]

This update was released on January 7th, 2020 (January 8th in some time zones).[1]

7.0.0[edit]

7.0.0[edit]

This update was released on January 28th, 2020 (January 29th in some time zones).[1]

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    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Edelgard
        • enhances to Edelgard - Five Years Later
      • Dimitri (Fire Emblem)
        • enhances to Dimitri - Five Years Later (Fire Emblem)
      • Claude
        • enhances to Claude - Five Years Later
      • Sothis
      • Rhea
      • Seteth
      • Dorothea
      • Ingrid
      • Hilda (Fire Emblem)
      • Radiant Gleam
      • Kloster (Grief)
      • Bullet Walker (Brigadier General)
      • High Line (Guns Empress)
      • I-Tetrimino
      • T-Tetrimino
      • S-Tetrimino & Z-Tetrimino
      • L-Tetrimino & J-Tetrimino
      • O-Tetrimino

8.0.0[edit]

8.0.0[edit]

This update was released on June 29th, 2020 (June 30th in some time zones).[1]

  • Offline
    • New features for Spirits mode.
      • Rematches/High-scores: Appears on an obtained spirit in the Spirit List, being unlocked by pressing X or + on the controller.
        • Completing a rematch will give a score and some spirit points.
        • The score and number of spirit points obtained are dependent on the power level of the Spirit Team used in battle.
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:

8.1.0[edit]

8.1.0[edit]

This update was released on August 4th, 2020 (August 5th in some time zones).[1]

  • General
    • Several issues have been fixed to improve the gameplay experience.
    • Fixed Min Min's T-Pose glitch.
  • Stage
    • The Small Battlefield stage has been added. Players can also set Small Battlefield as a Preferred rule in Online battles.
    • Players can now select any stage-specific music for the Battlefield, Small Battlefield, Big Battlefield, and Final Destination stages.
      • If a particular song is not selected, a random song from all music is chosen based on an average of the My Music settings for each individual stage.
    • The "Random" option on the Stage Select screen has been split into individual icons for Random, Random Battlefield, and Random Ω.
      • Random Custom Stages also has its own unique icon now as well.
    • Selecting a song on the stage selection screen now only plays the song rather than playing the song and progressing to the character selection screen.
  • Online
    • The online user experience has been adjusted.
      • The tick rate of 1-on-1 battles not involving spectators has been increased from 30Hz to 60Hz, matching the in-game frame rate. This improves responsiveness, but decreases stability on low quality connections.[3]
      • Average input delay of 1-on-1 battles not involving spectators has been reduced from roughly 5 frames to 4 frames.[4]
    • The way matching is determined when using Preferred Rules has been adjusted.
    • Following a look at the current number of players eligible for Elite Smash, the threshold for entry has been recalculated to allow more players. Additionally, the way initial values for Global Smash Power are calculated has also been adjusted.

Further investigations and adjustments to Online mode are expected for future patches.

  • Misc.
    • The display for Spring Man on Spring Stadium's billboard now properly shows his "S" logo instead of Springtron's "T" logo.
    • The render of the Question Mark icon has its black border removed in Battle Arenas.[5]

9.0.0[edit]

9.0.0[edit]

This update was released on October 13th, 2020 (October 14th in some time zones).[1]

  • Online
    • The controls during combat in battle arenas while spectators are present have been adjusted.
      • The tick rate for battle arenas with 4 or fewer players has been increased from 30Hz to 60Hz, instead of only applying to 1-on-1 battles without spectators.[7]
    • Adjustments have been made to the way Global Smash Power is calculated.

9.0.1[edit]

This update was released on October 21st, 2020 (October 22nd in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • Several glitches related to Steve have been removed:
      • Fixed an issue in which characters could fall though the stage when breaking Blocks.
      • Fixed an issue in which characters could fall through the stage when caught between the anvil from Steve's down aerial and a Block.
      • Fixed an issue in which fighters could be frozen if hit with Minecart.
      • Fixed an issue in which Minecart does not hit opponents when reflected off a wall.
      • Fixed an issue in which a fighter caught by Minecart teleports to the position in which they were caught.
      • Fixed an issue in which Meta Knight would clip through any terrain which wasn't native to a stage, including those generated by fighters, items and Poké Ball Pokémon after losing a stock.
    • Steve's up victory pose was changed to remove the Steak after he eats it.

9.0.2[edit]

This update was released on November 11th, 2020 (November 12th in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • Various glitches that persisted from versions 9.0.0 and 9.0.1 have been removed.
      • Fixed an issue where the player could not use the stick to jump while falling after creating an anvil using Steve's down air attack.
      • Fixed an issue where the gunman from Duck Hunt's down special and the phantom from Zelda's down special were not behaving as intended.
      • Fixed an issue where the initial velocity of Samus's and Dark Samus's up special when used on the ground was not behaving as intended. This allows them to once again reach the top platform on Yoshi's Story.
      • Fixed an issue where fighters would sometimes warp on the Venom stage.
      • Fixed an issue where sometimes fighters would pass through landscapes when they were launched on some stages.
      • Fixed an issue where sometimes the player would be forced to end a battle on a stage created in Stage Builder.
      • Various gameplay fixes.

10.0.0[edit]

10.0.0[edit]

This update was released on December 17th, 2020 (December 18th, 2020 in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • The following content is now available for purchase and download:
    • Kirby has been given a Sephiroth copy ability in which he gains Sephiroth's hair and his Neutral special is replaced with Flare / Megaflare / Gigaflare.
    • The Techniques menu has been updated with four new sections for "Wall Stab", "Shadow Flare", "Scintilla", and "Winged Form". They are the 103rd, 104th, 105th, and 106th options.
    • Two new Smash Tag icons have been added, both relating to Sephiroth: his original outfit and his coatless outfit.
    • Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.
      • Fixed an issue where getting hit by a Hammer right before Zoroark's final attack connects would result in a fighter getting stuck in midair. Summoning Zoroark again would proceed to crash the game.
      • Fixed an issue where some characters would remain at their T-pose model by performing an attack before Zoroark's Fury Swipes.[9]
      • Fixed an issue where after using Winged Pikmin, trying to attack in midair with a Pikmin would not work.[10]
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    • Sephiroth Challenge: A limited time event from December 17th-22nd where players can fight Sephiroth on Northern Cave in 3 difficulties: Easy, Normal, and Very Hard. Winning this fight will grant the player access to both ahead of the official release date of December 22nd (December 23rd in some time zones).
  • Misc.
    • The Spirit List now lists Final Fantasy spirits as being from the "FINAL FANTASY Series" rather than "FINAL FANTASY VII".
    • The Songs List now lists Final Fantasy music as being from the "FINAL FANTASY VII Series" rather than "FINAL FANTASY VII".
    • Previously, if the game's language was set to either variant of Chinese, Cloud's name was shown in English on the character selection screen and the Spirits mode. Now, he has his name written properly in hanzi.[11]

10.1.0[edit]

10.1.0[edit]

This update was released on December 22nd, 2020 (December 23rd in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • The following content is now available for purchase and download:
    • The player can now switch between "Random from all songs" and "Random from My Music" for the Battlefield, Small Battlefield, Big Battlefield and Final Destination stages.
      • To switch between options, access My Music via the Options or the Vault and then press the X Button.
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    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Tifa
      • Barret
      • Aerith
      • Red XIII
      • Cid
      • Cait Sith
      • Yuffie
      • Vincent
      • The Turks & Rufus Shinra
      • Bahamut ZERO
      • Chocobo & Moogle
      • Shiva
      • Ifrit
    • Sephiroth Challenge is no longer available.
  • Misc.
    • Cloud obtains a new variant of his Final Smash, Omnislash Ver. 5, if the player chooses one of his Advent Children (P2, P4, P6 and P8) costumes.
      • A new entry regarding Omnislash Ver. 5 was added to the Tips, while the tip for regular Omnislash has been slightly changed to accommodate.
      • Cloud's Final Smash is now listed as "Omnislash / Omnislash Ver. 5" in the Move List.
    • Cloud's fighter spirit for his default costume now uses artwork from Final Fantasy VII, whereas it previously only had his Ultimate art.
    • Cloud now has a new Sound Test section with his Advent Children costume, which features the new voice clips used in Omnislash Ver. 5.
    • The fighters that had specific adjustments are listed below:

11.0.0[edit]

11.0.0[edit]

This update was released on March 4th, 2021 (March 5th in some time zones).[8]

  • Offline
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Lora
      • Amalthus
      • Jin
      • Malos
      • Pneuma
    • Players who have save data for Persona 5 Strikers on their Nintendo Switch will be gifted with the Sophia spirit.
    • Players who have save data for Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection on their Nintendo Switch will be gifted with the Arthur spirit.
    • Players can now disconnect other players by pressing the A button on their slot, at the character selection screen.[12]
  • Online
    • Arenas will now close if the host's packets are dropped during a match.[13]
    • The average packet size was expanded.[13]

11.0.1[edit]

This update was released on March 23rd, 2021 (March 24th in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • Wii Fit Trainer's grounded Header has more landing lag (4 frames → 9), matching its lag prior to update 11.0.0.

12.0.0[edit]

12.0.0[edit]

This update was released on June 29th, 2021 (June 30th in some time zones).[8]

  • General
    • The following content is now available for purchase and download:
    • Kirby has been given a Kazuya copy ability in which he gains Kazuya's hair and gloves and his left eye turns red; his neutral special is replaced with Devil Blaster, which makes him grow wings and turns his skin gray when in use.
    • The Techniques menu has been updated with five new sections for "Rage", "Rage Drive", "10 Hit Combo and Flash Punch Combo", "Moves That Can Be Used with Special Inputs", and "Moves That Trigger from Crouch Dash". They are the 112th, 113th, 114th, 115th, and 116th options.
    • Three new Smash Tag icons have been added, all relating to Kazuya: his gi outfit, his coat outfit, and his series symbol, a gloved fist with embedded iron studs.
  • Offline
    • The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:
      • Heihachi Mishima
      • Jin Kazama
        • enhancable at level 99 to Devil Jin
      • Kuma & Panda
      • Nina Williams
      • King & Armor King
      • Ling Xiaoyu
      • Paul Phoenix & Marshall Law
      • Yoshimitsu
      • Jack-7
      • Asuka Kazama
      • Sophia
      • Arthur
    • Players who have save data for Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin on their Nintendo Switch will be gifted with the Razewing Ratha spirit.

13.0.0[edit]

13.0.0[edit]

This update was released on October 18th, 2021 (October 19th in some time zones).[8]

13.0.1[edit]

This update was released on December 1st, 2021 (December 2nd, 2021 in some time zones).[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Nintendo. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Update History. Retrieved on May 9, 2022.
  2. ^ xD1x (2018-12-06). Smash Bros. Ultimate Patch 1.1.0 Notes. Retrieved on 2020-10-15.
  3. ^ @NerfHerder08 (2020-08-05). Nerf_0 on Twitter. Retrieved on 2020-10-15. “Thanks to @Humanbomb & @EmJay10_ we discovered a big change in 8.1! - The Tickrate/Hertz in a 1v1 with no spectators has changed to 60 instead of the old 30 packets a second. -Lobbies 3+ still run at 30. In theory, quick play and 1v1 lobbies should feel better.”
  4. ^ @drafix570 (2020-08-08). DRAFIX/ドラフィ on Twitter (ja). Retrieved on 2020-10-15. “スマブラSP ver8.1.0 オンライン遅延検証結果【その1】。 ver8.1.0のオンライン入力遅延は、オフライン比で +3.98F。 なお、3月(アプデ前)に測定した結果は +5.07 F。 (※いずれも4人の平均)。 よって、「今回のアプデでオンライン遅延は 約1.1 F 改善された」ことになる。”
  5. ^ @SmashMarioPro (2020-08-05). SpookMarioPro2000 on Twitter. Retrieved on 2020-10-15. “Now at first I thought this was placebo but then I went back and took a look and YES! They ACTUALLY CHANGED the render of the Question Mark for random in 8.1.0. Left is pre-patch and right is 8.1.0.”
  6. ^ Every Smash Bros. Ultimate Stage Has To Be Reworked For Minecraft Steve's Inclusion. Nintendo Life (2020-10-01). Retrieved on 2022-08-30.
  7. ^ @NerfHerder08 (2020-10-13). Nerf_0 on Twitter. Retrieved on 2021-05-12. “Very good Change in 9.0! - The Tickrate/Hertz of a game in an arena that has 4 members or less is now 60 instead of 30! Lobbies larger than 4 appear to be the same. In theory, small arenas should feel the same as quickplay or 1v1.”
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i Nintendo. How to Update Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Retrieved on May 9, 2022.
  9. ^ PKBeats (December 20, 2020). "Can Sephiroth's FAIR Stick onto Steve's BLOCKS? -- Random Smash Ultimate Facts".
  10. ^ Beefy Smash Doods (December 23, 2020). "Smash Ultimate Patch Notes 10.1.0 - Side by Side Comparison".
  11. ^ @Peachi_Ying39th (December 18, 2020). Peachi_Ying39th on Twitter (ja). “クラウド、ついに繁体字中国語で名前が「漢化」!欧文から漢字表記に変更されたことを確認。 #中国語 #スマブラSP #SmashBrosSP #NintendoSwitch”
  12. ^ @Cagt3000 (March 5, 2021). Cagt on Twitter. “Quick demonstration of what the new disconnect feature does in Ultimate (don't have a pro controller sadly)!”
  13. ^ a b @Humanbomb (March 4, 2021). Humanbomb on Twitter. “[SSBU 11.0 NETCODE PATCHNOTE] - Arenas are now closed if packets are dropped with the host. Pre-11.0, only the player was sent off. - Average packet size seems larger but no explanation of why yet. - No difference on delay. We continue to investigate with @NerfHerder08.”