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Nintendo Adds Pyra and Mythra to the ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Roster

Nintendo has added Xenoblade‘s Pyra and Mythra to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s expansive roster. The new character additions arrive just three months after Nintendo introduced Sephiroth to the title.  Mr. Sakurai, Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director, recently presented the characters in depth. The two characters will be playable as a single unit, a duo officially billed as “Pyra/Mythra.” The characters work in tandem, where you can switch between the two at any given time, each with its own distinctive moves. Pyra deals greater damage, while Mythra has moves that make it easier to launch your foes off the battle stage. Accompanying Pyra/Mythra is a new stage inspired by Xenoblade Chronicles 2, set on the back of Azurda, a flying dragon.  Scroll above to watch Mr. Sakurai introduce Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s new Pyra/Mythra character in depth.  In case you missed it, a seven-inch OLED screen Nintendo Switch with 4K output will be releasing later this year.

Nintendo Adds Pyra and Mythra to the ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Roster.

Nintendo has added Xenoblade‘s Pyra and Mythra to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s expansive roster. The new character additions arrive just three months after Nintendo introduced Sephiroth to the title.

Mr. Sakurai, Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate director, recently presented the characters thorough . the 2 characters are going to be playable as one unit, a duo officially billed as “Pyra/Mythra.” The characters add tandem, where you’ll switch between the 2 at any given time, each with its own distinctive moves. Pyra deals greater damage, while Mythra has moves that make it easier to launch your foes off the battle stage. Accompanying Pyra/Mythra may be a new stage inspired by Xenoblade Chronicles 2, assail the rear of Azurda, a dragon .

Scroll above to observe Mr. Sakurai introduce Super Smash Bros. Ultimate‘s new Pyra/Mythra character thorough .

In case you missed it, a seven-inch OLED screen Nintendo Switch with 4K output are going to be releasing later this year.

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