We found a trick that unlocks every character in ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ in just a few hours. Here’s how to get your favorites as fast as possible
“Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” has the biggest roster of any “Smash” game ever, with 74 characters in total.
Just eight characters are unlocked when you start the game, and unlocking the other 66 can take hours of playtime.
While players haven’t yet figured out all of the methods to unlock the characters, there are a few tricks to help you unlock multiple fighters in a matter of minutes.
Unlocking every character in “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” will be the largest task facing new players picking up the new Nintendo Switch game.
Luckily, dedicated players have already figured out some early tricks that make unlocking the full 74-character cast much less time consuming.
Unlocking characters the usual way
As in past games, characters can be unlocked in a variety of ways across the game’s many modes.
During gameplay, players will occasionally be faced with a “Challenger Approaching” screen carrying the silhouette of the next unlockable character. If the player can beat the challenger in a match, the character is unlocked and added to the roster.
Normally, new challengers approach about every 10 minutes of multiplayer “Smash,” or after you complete a specific game mode, like the arcade-style Classic Mode.
When playing the World of Light adventure mode, you regularly encounter new unlockable characters, too.
The timer trick for more new challengers
Players have also found that you can frequently reset the timer for character unlocks by changing the language, going back to versus mode, and playing a single multiplayer “Smash” match.
Changing the language closes the software and resets the game, and apparently the “Challenger Approaching” timer, too. Some players who received the game before launch date reported that resetting the game from the main menu also resets the timer, though the language change seems to be quicker and a bit more consistent after the game’s 1.1.0 …read more
Source:: Business Insider