Super Smash Bros. Ultimate release date is upon us but it looks like the players couldn’t wait any longer as it’s already leaked. Yes, about two weeks early, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available to download illegally via ROM on Pirate Sites.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is Nintendo’s biggest title yet consisting of such a big roster. It’s the biggest game to come on Switch after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It was reported recently that some players have got their hands on the game already and they are now leaking Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
These early players of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate have made the game available for everyone in a ROM format to download. You’ll now find Super Smash Bros. Ultimate leak version on different Pirate Sites so watch out for roster and story spoilers.
It’s now confirmed by multiple Nintendo Switch users that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate leak version is working fine on their consoles. According to the provided information, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate game size weighs at 13.63 GB which is big for a game on Nintendo Switch. But it’s obviously because of the big roster included in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate along with lots of other content.
This leak Super Smash Bros. Ultimate version currently runs on 5.1.0 or above that.
This means that the fans of the game can start playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ahead of its release date by sideloading the game on their Nintendo Switch. This is a good news for those who want to play the game early and free. But it’s spoiling everything for those who have been waiting for years to play it.
Now, this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate leak has resulted in video leaks. People are already sharing leaked cutscenes of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and main ones are from the campaign mode called “World of Light”. A complete look at Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster was also available on Youtube once but it’s now removed.
Keep in mind that this leaked version will only allow you to play the game offline. You will not be able to play with friends. The game is rumored to support up to 32 players online.
Good news for those hate spoilers is that Nintendo is now reportedly taking down all of the videos related to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Nintendo is now taking down all of the game-related videos, live streams with copyright claims and some channels have been also banned for doing so.
Two big Youtube channels have been banned because they were spoiling the game by uploading soundtracks, cutscenes, story clips and roster details of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
So if you are one of them with early copies then try to avoid uploading anything on the internet for now as Nintendo can permanently ban your account.
One of the big features of this new Smash Bros is the inclusion of this brand new mode called “World of Light”. This World of Light” mode in Smash Bros is a single player only mode and packs some great challenges for you to do.
The official release date of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is December 7 and that’s when you can start uploading as per Nintendo’s policy.