Smash Bros pros say Smash Ultimate will be no.1 at EVO 2019

Will Super Smash Bros. Ultimate be the most popular game at next years EVO 2019?

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Published Thu, Aug 30 2018 1:00 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:50 AM CST

Nintendo has released a new video showcasing players, commentators and fans discussing the future of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at EVO 2019. Will Super Smash Bros. Ultimate sit at the number 1 spot at next years biggest fighting game tournament?

In a video that has been released onto the Nintendo YouTube Channel, pro players, commentators and fans alike have been interviewed about their thoughts towards how Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will shape up to next years EVO 2019. Seasoned pro players that have been in the Smash fighting scene for quite some time now, such as HugS and Lucky, have spoken out about their thoughts towards how well Smash Ultimate will do next year.

From the video we can see Lucky saying: "As much as I love Super Smash Bros. Melee, I think Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is gonna break some records." HugS can also be seen commenting on the upcoming title, saying "I'm almost betting that it will be the biggest game at EVO next year, like I have no doubt about it, its going to be number one." Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be released on December 7th this year, for more information regarding the title, visit the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate website here.

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