Full roster of characters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Who's in the new Super Smash Bros.? Everybody! Who exactly is everybody? Shacknews has the full list! (Updated: November 1)

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(Updated: November 1, 2018)

On Tuesday morning, Nintendo revealed many more details about its next Super Smash Bros. game. Now officially called Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the game's major selling point is that it offers up every fighter ever to appear in the series.

So who's in this game? I just told you. It's everybody! But who is "everybody?"

Shacknews is here to anwer that question. Here is every playable character set to appear in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, grouped together by their debut game.

Debuted in Super Smah Bros. (1999)

  • Mario (from the Super Mario series)
  • Link (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Kirby (from the Kirby series)
  • Yoshi (from the Super Mario/Yoshi's Island series)
  • Donkey Kong (from the Donkey Kong Country series)
  • Samus (from the Metroid series)
  • Fox (from the Star Fox series)
  • Pikachu (from the Pokemon series)
  • Jigglypuff (from the Pokemon series)
  • Captain Falcon (from the F-Zero series)
  • Ness (from the Earthbound series)
  • Luigi (from the Super Mario series)

Debuted in Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001)

  • Peach (from the Super Mario series)
  • Bowser (from the Super Mario series)
  • Zelda (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Sheik (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Pichu (from the Pokemon series)
  • Falco (from the Star Fox series)
  • Dr. Mario (from the Dr. Mario series)
  • Ice Climbers (from the Ice Climbers series)
  • Young Link (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Marth (from the Fire Emblem series)
  • Ganondorf (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Mewtwo (from the Pokemon series)
  • Roy (from the Fire Emblem series)
  • Mr. Game & Watch (from the Game & Watch series)

Debuted in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008)

  • Pit (from the Kid Icarus series)
  • Meta Knight (from the Kirby series)
  • Wario (from the Super Mario/Wario Ware series)
  • Lucas (from the Earthbound series)
  • Ike (from the Pokemon series)
  • Pokemon Trainer (Squirtle/Ivysaur/Charizard) (from the Pokemon series)
  • Snake (from the Meta Gear Solid series)
  • Sonic (from the Sonic the Hedgehog series)
  • Zero Suit Samus (from the Metroid series)
  • King Dedede (from the Kirby series)
  • Olimar (from the Pikmin series)
  • Diddy Kong (from the Donkey Kong Country series)
  • Lucario (from the Pokemon series)
  • Toon Link (from the Legend of Zelda series)
  • Wolf (from the Star Fox series)
  • R.O.B. (from the R.O.B. peripheral line)

Debuted in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS (2015)

  • Mega Man (from the Mega Man series)
  • Rosalina & Luma (from the Super Mario series)
  • Villager (from the Animal Crossing series)
  • Palutena (from the Kid Icarus series)
  • Little Mac (from the Punch-Out series)
  • Dark Pit (from the Kid Icarus series)(Echo Fighter for Pit)
  • Lucina (from the Fire Emblem series)(Echo Fighter for Marth)
  • Greninja (from the Pokemon series)
  • Wii Fit Trainer (from the Wii Fit series)
  • Pac-Man (from the Pac-Man series)
  • Robin (from the Fire Emblem series)
  • Bowser Jr. (from the Super Mario series)
  • Morton/Iggy/Lemmy/Wendy/Roy/Larry/Ludwig (from the Super Mario series)(Echo Fighters for Bowser Jr.)
  • Alph (from the Pikmin series)(Echo Fighter for Olimar)
  • Shulk (from the Xenoblade Chronicles series)
  • Mii Fighters (from the Mii creation interface)
  • Ryu (from the Street Fighter series)
  • Cloud (from the Final Fantasy series)
  • Corrin (from the Fire Emblem series)
  • Bayonetta (from the Bayonetta series)

Debuting in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)

  • Daisy (from the Super Mario series)(Echo Fighter for Peach)
  • Inkling (from the Splatoon series)
  • Ridley (from the Metroid series)
  • Simon Belmont (from the Castlevania series)
  • Richter Belmont (from the Castlevania series)(Echo Fighter for Simon Belmont)
  • Chrom (from the Fire Emblem series)(Echo Fighter for Roy)
  • Dark Samus (from the Metroid series)(Echo Fighter for Samus)
  • King K. Rool (from the Donkey Kong Country series)
  • Isabelle (from the Animal Crossing series)
  • Ken (from the Street Fighter series)(Echo Fighter for Ryu)
  • Incineroar (from the Pokemon series)
  • Piranha Plant (from the Super Mario series)(DLC character #1)

What Are Echo Fighters?

Echo Fighters are essentially alternate character skins that are put in place of an existing fighter. The differences between the Echo Fighter and the character they are in place of are subtle and mostly cosmetic. However, there can be minor gameplay differences, such as special moves operating in slightly different manors. (Example: Dark Samus' movement is a little floatier and her missiles will move slightly different than Samus.)


If more fighters are unveiled for this game, Shacknews will make sure to update this list. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is set to release on Nintendo Switch on December 7.

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