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Byleth Announced For Super Smash Bros Ultimate

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Super Smash Bros.’ Creator Masahiro Sakurai recently hosted a live-stream, as promised, the newest fighter to join the legendary game was announced, Fire Emblem: Three Houses’ Byleth steps into the arena. Masahiro Sakurai the new DLC fighter will join the others iconic fighters on January 29.

As featured on Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Byleth can be used in a male or female form, Byleth now joins Ike and Marth, who when released at Super Smash Bros Brawl not much people in America knew where they came from. Now there is a good balance between old Fire Emblem games and the newer in terms of characters available.

Fire Emblem are strategy-jrpg, Fire Emblem: Three Houses released on Nintendo Switch last year, and told the story of Byleth, who becomes the teacher of a young group of soldiers to face war.

Nintendo also announced a new DLC for Fire Emblem: Three Houses, making it the 4th DLC released in a very short time. DLC wave 4 will be available on February 12th 2020 in the US.

Nintendo released a new trailer for the DLC take a look at it:

“Deep in the shadow of Garreg Mach lies Abyss, the underground den of Fódlan’s outcasts and home to the monastery’s secret fourth house, the Ashen Wolves. In this side story, you can freely explore Abyss, battle alongside four students from the Ashen Wolves house, take on new quests, and uncover the secrets that reside beneath the surface. Progress through the story to bring your four new subterranean students to the main story as recruitable units and enjoy the new classes, quests, paralogues, and activities that are also added with this DLC”

More information from Nintendo will come in the following days. Stay tuned at Gaming Instincts via Twitter, YouTube and Facebook for the latest gaming news.

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