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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate update version 11.0.0 patch notes

Pyra and Mythra have arrived in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, as has the 11.0.0 patch with the latest fighter adjustments.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate had a surprise for its players this morning. Series Director Masahiro Sakurai showed off some new gameplay for Pyra and Mythra and offered up a release date for the latest DLC characters. That date... was today. That also means the arrival of the Ver. 11.0.0 patch, which will include some major balance updates for the game's roster of fighters.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate update version 11.0.0 patch notes

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's 11.0.0 update is available now to all Nintendo Switch owners. The full patch notes have been uploaded to the Nintendo website, along with the Fighter Adjustments. Of course, the topline of the whole patch is that Pyra and Mythra are now playable if you have Fighters Pass Volume 2 or purchase them as an individual character DLC.

Fighter Adjustments
Fighter Move Change
Link Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Captain Falcon Up Special Reduced vulnerability after hitting an opponent.
Jigglypuff Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Zelda Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Pichu Side Smash Attack Decreased the amount of damage taken when using the move.
Pichu Neutral Air Attack Made the ears invincible during the attack's high-damage window.
Pichu Forward Air Attack Decreased the amount of damage taken when using the move.
Pichu Forward Throw Decreased the amount of damage taken when using the move.
Pichu Side Special Decreased the amount of damage taken when using the move.
Pichu Up Special Decreased the amount of damage taken when using the move.
Ganondorf Up Special Reduced vulnerability after hitting an opponent.
Zero Suit Samus Neutral Air Attack Increased the vulnerability when landing after using the move.
Zero Suit Samus Up Special Decreased attack speed.
Wario Up Tilt Attack Decreased the amount of time the hit detection lasts.
Wario Down Special Decreased attack speed for the third level charge.
Decreased attack speed of the max charge.
Diddy Kong Down Special Increased the amount of time until you can throw another banana peel after throwing one.
King Dedede Side Special Reduced vulnerability.
Increased the chance the Gordo will get stuck on a wall.
Increased the speed you can hit back Gordos that were reflected by the opponent.
R.O.B. Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Villager Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Little Mac Up Smash Attack Increased the amount of time hit detection lasts.
Mii Brawler Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Mii Swordfighter Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Mii Gunner Side Smash Attack Increased attack range.
Mii Gunner Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Palutena Dash Attack Increased vulnerability.
Palutena Forward Air Attack Increased the vulnerability when landing after using the move.
Palutena Grab Attack Decreased the grab range of the normal grab.
Shulk Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Isabelle Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Joker Side Special Increased vulnerability for Eiha.
Joker Down Special Increased vulnerability when Arsene is present and a counter is not triggered.
Hero Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Banjo & Kazooie Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Byleth Down Smash Attack Extended launch distance.
Byleth Down Air Attack Extended launch distance.
Increased power against shields.
Byleth Side Special Increased the opponent’s downtime when shielding from the tip.
Reduced vulnerability when using the move in the air.
Byleth Up Special Extended launch distance when stepping on an opponent with high accumulated damage.
Increased attack speed.
Byleth Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Min Min Air Dodge Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when performing an air dodge.
Min Min Side Smash Attack Shortened the amount of time you can charge a smash attack.
Min Min Side Smash Attack Reduced the launch distance for the dragon's lasers while using the Dragon ARM.
Min Min Other Matched the vulnerability with other fighters when falling in place.
Steve & Alex Down Smash Attack Increased attack range.
Sephiroth Down Special Made it easier to hit multiple times.

This latest batch of buffs look to be good news for Pichu and Byleth players, who are getting some noticeable buffs on some of their moves and vulnerabilities. The big losers? Palutena and Joker have had some of their weaknesses amplified.

In addition to today's fighter adjustments, new Xenoblade Chronicles-themed Spirits are being added. Players can find Lora, Amalthus, Jin, Malos, and Pneuma in the Spirits menu and in the in-game shop. Rex's Spirit can now be enhanced as part of the Xenoblade Chronicles celebration. Lastly, there's a big quality-of-life change that allows for inactive controllers to be disconnected while on the fighter selection screen.

Today's update also features the latest batch of Mii Fighter costumes. They're mainly taken from the Monster Hunter series to help celebrate the upcoming release of Monster Hunter Rise on Nintendo Switch.

Best of luck to all Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players, regardless of their fighter of choice, with today's 11.0.0 update. There are two more characters remaining in Fighter Pass Vol. 2, so Shacknews will continue looking out for who makes Nintendo's fighter next..

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