It’s nearly the end of an era for Super Smash Bros

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been quite popular in the gaming community despite being on the market for almost four years. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is the latest installment in Nintendo’s fighting game crossover series and has managed to maintain a lot of attention and success since its release. However, according to the film’s director and creator, the ongoing trend will soon come to an end.

Masahiro Sakurai has played a central role in creating Super Smash Bros. Ultimate since the original Super Smash Bros. was released on the N64 in 1999. For several years, Sakurai has been actively involved in developing and communicating with fans. However, it appears that Mr. Sakurai will soon no longer be able to continue the little ritual he started a while ago on social media.

On Twitter, Sakurai has been posting daily screenshots taken during the final months of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s development. According to Sakurai, there will be no more images to post during August, marking the end of an era regarding “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


It is important to note how much Sakurai has struggled in the direction and development of the Super Smash Bros. series, a series that is very important to him. The praise and support Sakurai has received from the community have been enormous, so for many, the fact that he will no longer be posting these images is very sad.

It is truly amazing to see how much Sakurai has contributed to the gaming industry as a whole. This is largely due to how dedicated Sakurai was not only to “Super Smash Bros.” but to gaming in general. Masahiro Sakurai owns both an Xbox Series X and a PS5, showing how attached he is to the gaming industry and how committed he is to it outside of where he is.

In any case, it will be interesting to see what the future holds for “Super Smash Bros. For now, Sakurai is unsure if the “Super Smash Bros.” series will continue after the release of the last DLC fighter for “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. While the rich content of “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” will continue to be enjoyed, Sakurai said he would continue working diligently to support the game’s player base.

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