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God of War Art Director re-masters Smash Ultimate fighters

The God of War Art Director has re-mastered and released some incredibly detailed images of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighters.

Published Jan 7, 2019 8:30 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:49 AM CST
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Raf Grassetti, the artistic mind and hand behind Sony Santa Monica Studios' critically acclaimed God of War has blessed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fans with an awesome selection of detailed images of some fighters within the game.

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Raf Grassetti worked on the artistic creation of God of War and has now diverted his attention to Nintendo's recently released Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Grassetti has taken to both his Instagram and Twitter account to release the below and above images of the following characters; Samus, Link, Bowser and Fox.

From the images we can see extreme detail in all aspects that are shown, and also a humanoid life like experience brought from the characters. Above you can see Bowser, and the King of the Koopas has never been depicted as more terrifying than this. Personally, when viewing the amazing work that Grassetti has done when capturing each of these characters, I feel as if the way the artist has depicted them is if they were in the real-world, or movie ready. Grassetti has teased that he will be doing Sonic the Hedgehog next, so make sure to check out both his Twitter and Instagram if you are interested in following any new posts.

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