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Smash Ultimate Mii Fighter Costumes Round 3 includes Undertale outfit

Fans of breakout indie hit Undertale got a special treat today from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate series director Masahiro Sakurai, as a new Mii Fighter outfit paid tribute to Sans.


After revealing what's next for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in terms of bear-and-bird related fighters, series director Masahiro Sakurai had something exciting to share with anyone collecting Mii Fighter costumes. Another batch of Mii Fighter outfits are now available, but there's one costume that appears to stand out above the rest. It's a costume for indie breakout hit Undertale.

Undertale's ever-recognizable Sans is getting a special Mii Fighter costume for the Mii Gunner. The costume is a splitting image of the character. Undertale creator Toby Fox is certainly excited about this development, but he also had a little bit of involvement in a certain extra that comes along with this Mii Fighter outfit.

Indeed, the Sans Mii Fighter costume is the first of its kind to also come with a music track attached. Anyone who purchases the Sans Mii Fighter outfit will also receive a special arrangement of the Megalovania track composed by Fox himself. The Sans outfit comes a little over a year after Undertale first made its debut on Nintendo Switch.

Here are the other Mii Fighter costumes that are set to release today:

  • Goemon from Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (Mii Swordfighter)
  • Proto Man from the Mega Man series (Mii Gunner)
  • Zero from the Mega Man X series (Mii Swordfighter)
  • Team Rocket from the Pokemon series (Mii Brawler)

All of these costumes will be available for 75 cents a piece. These outfits are only available a la carte, with no bundle available. That could change in the future, but for now, they can only be purchased individually. These outfits are not included in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Fighters Pass.

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