Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Updated To Version 9.0, Minecraft DLC And More Now Available

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Updated To Version 9.0, Minecraft DLC And More Now Available

Nintendo has published a new update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

With the Version 9.0 update, players can now access the Minecraft DLC content if they own the fighter’s pass or have purchased the DLC pack. The DLC includes the new character Steve, along with the Minecraft Stage, Music, and Spirits. Six new Mii Fighter costumes are also available, including Bomberman, Travis Touchdown and more.

Preliminay Patch Notes can be found below:

・ The following spirits will appear in the Shop on the Vault menu:

– Zombie
– Creeper
– Skeleton
– Slime (Minecraft)
– Enderman
– Villager & Iron Golem
– Ghast
– Piglin
– Ender Dragon


・ The controls during combat in battle arenas while spectators are present have been adjusted.

・ Adjustments have been made to the way Global Smash Power is calculated.


・ The following downloadable content will be usable after purchase:

・ Steve & Alex Challenger Pack
・ Creeper Mask + Outfit
・ Pig Mask + Outfit
・ Diamond Helmet + Armor
・ Travis Wig + Outfit
・ Bomberman Mask + Outfit
・ Gil’s Helmet + Armor

・ You cannot make videos of replays that contain DLC you have not purchased (fighters, stages, music, Mii Fighter costumes, etc.).

・ An issue where the movement delay after a perfect shield was behaving incorrectly under certain rules has been fixed.

・ Game-balance adjustments, stability fixes, and other minor adjustments have been made.

・ Several issues have been fixed to improve gameplay experience.

Compatibility Issues

・ The latest software version is required to enter Online mode.

・ Local wireless play is not compatible with Ver. 8.1.0 and earlier. All players who want to fight in local wireless battles need to make sure they have the same software version.

・ Replays from Ver. 8.1.0 and earlier are not compatible. If you want to keep your replays, convert them into videos before installing the update. You can do this via Vault → Replays → Replay Data → Convert to Video.

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