French Company Takes Down Video That Proved Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Leak Was Real

French Company Takes Down Video That Proved Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Leak Was Real

Earlier this week, Super Smash Bros. fans traced the source of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate final roster leak to a French company called ACP-PLV, which prints marketing materials for companies such as Bandai Namco Entertainment.

One of the evidence used to prove that the leak is real was a comparison between an ACP-PLV video a French bank uploaded, and the leak itself. The video showed shocking similarities of the design schematics and materials used by ACP-PLV and the leaked documents.

We’ve learned that the video in question to prove that the leak is real has been taken down by the bank this morning. It’s too early to tell whether the bank took down the video because ACP-PLV requested for it to be removed, or because of the overwhelming number of Super Smash Bros. comments made on said video.

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