Sora Super Smash Bros Ultimate

Sora is the Final Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC

Director Masahiro Sakurai revealed that Sora from Kingdom Hearts will be the final DLC to join the roster of Super Smash Bros Ultimate. He will appear on October 18, 2021. He noted that during the request ballot, Sora was the most requested character. The announcement comes after plenty of speculation about the last character’s identity.

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Sora joins the roster of Super Smash Bros Ultimate alongside many guest characters. This lineup included Kazuya Mishima from Tekken and Mythra and Pyra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The Fighter Pass Vol. 1 added Joker from Persona 5, Hero from Dragon Quest, and Byleth from Fire Emblem: Three Houses.

Sora is part of the Fighters Pass Vol. 2, which included Final Fantasy VII‘s Sephiroth, Min Min from ARMS and Minecraft‘s Steve and Alex. Outside of playable characters, Nintendo has also added a plethora of Mii Fighters DLC to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This includes costumes of Lloyd from Tales of Symphonia, Tifa from Final Fantasy VII, and Dante from the Devil May Cry series. The last Mii Fighter Outfits that will launch alongside Sora include the Doom Slayer and headgear referencing characters from Splatoon.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is immediately available on the Nintendo Switch. The SSBU Sora final DLC will arrive on October 18, 2021.

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