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Masahiro Sakurai is remotely working on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Fighter Pass Vol. 2 – iGamesNews




As you all know, much of the world is dealing with it. coronavirus At this time and for this reason and to prevent its spread, both governments and the health authorities of the countries are making a series of recommendations and obligations to reduce it as much as possible. One of them is to temporarily close all non-essential stores in countries, which excludes food stores, pharmacies and basic services such as gas stations and service stations.

For this reason, the Government of Japan reported yesterday that it will impose a state of health alert

for the regions most affected by the coronavirus, including Tokyo and Osaka, the main cities of the country. This fact obviously affects multiple activities in the country, including the video games development.

A clear example of this is that the director of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Masahiro Sakurai, has shared through Twitter that you are monitoring the Fighter Pass 2 Vol. 2 remotely


Now I am working remotely. Essentially, I'm overseeing the project remotely. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a very high security project, making it difficult to get it out (and work). However, we have no choice but to do so. Let's all do our best to overcome this !!

We remind you that the Fighters Pass Vol. 2 gives us access to six packs of applicants as they become available. Each pack of the applicant includes a fighter, a stage and several musical tracks. The Fighters Pass Vol. 2 aspirant packs will be phased out until December 31, 2021. The last we were able to find out is that next June an ARMS fighter will be joining the roster.

What do you think? Do you want to get hold of the new fighters? Leave it in the comments!



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