Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to Get an Essential Day One Patch

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is just a few days away and now the director of the game tells us that the game will receive a day-one patch. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is going to be the first game from the series on Switch and it’s one of the biggest titles ever to arrive.

If you are getting it, then you should also be aware of the upcoming day one patch in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This patch will be available for the physical and digital versions of the game so be prepared.

This news about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate patch was revealed by the director Masahiro Sakurai (via Famitsu). Masahiro Sakurai mentioned that it’s essential for everyone with physical versions as it has to do something with video replays feature.

We will distribute our first update on launch day. Players who purchased the digital version don’t need to worry, but players who purchased the physical version should apply this day-one patch before you play. This will also prevent your replays from going off-track. By the way, if you save your replays as videos, you can keep them forever, but note that they take up a lot of space!

So if you are someone who likes to watch replays then you’ll need it for sure. You can also choose to save these replays but they are going to take a lot of space on your Nintendo Switch.

He didn’t mention anything about the update size so we will get to know it when Super Smash Bros. Ultimate releases. Though we are expecting these video saves to take around 100-150 MB per save depending on the duration.

In other news, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has already been leaked and it’s playable. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available to download from ROM sites and playable via custom CFW.

It was reported that some lucky fans got their hands early on the game and they are the ones that made it available to download via ROM format. This leaked version of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is also working fine on Nintendo Switch.

This leaked data file also reveals the game size which weighs about 13.63 GB. 13 GB game on a Nintendo Switch console makes it the biggest yet on the device. So expect the upcoming updates to be big too. One of the reasons for such a big game size is the inclusion of such a big roster which also includes the Piranha Plant.

So be aware of spoilers as players are uploading gameplays which you won’t want to see. Though Nintendo is working hard to prevent these leaks as much as possible. Nintendo is reportedly banning every video which includes Super Smash Bros. Ultimate gameplay. There are also some early cutscenes available online of the new mode called World of Light from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

This is World of Light mode in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is one of the biggest additions to the game. This World of Light mode in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a single player only mode. You won’t be able to play it with friends. This World of Light mode in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate brings some new challenges for you to complete and some spirits to collect.

Many people were shocked when they saw Piranha Plant in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and that’s why Masahiro Sakurai has now defended it.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has gone gold and will release on December 7 exclusively for Nintendo Switch.