According to several reports, WB Games is working on a Super Smash Bros – as a platform fighter with WB characters. Initial rumors suggested that the developer behind the project is Netherrealm Studios, the study responsible for injusticia and mortal kombat. However, this has been refuted since then for the latest reports. Unfortunately, none of these reports has been validated with news, information or official media, but some of them have been validated with a new filtration.
The flight comes from the way of Super Smash Bros. Pro, Hungrybox, who took Twitter to share a screenshot of what is said to be the game characters selection screen, which does not only reveal our first look at the game, but filters the following characters: Stephen Universe, Finn And Jake of adventure, Batman, Harley Quinn, Superman, Wonder Woman, Gandalf, Rick, Tom & Jerry, Bugs Bunny and a completely new original character.
If this is the full list of the game, it is a pretty small list, especially compared to games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, it is very possible that this is not the full or final list of the game.
Everyone thought he was lying, huh?
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Character selection screen. It seems that there are levels and fighter type icons.
-Batman / Harley Quinn
-Superman / WW
-Rick and Morty
-New Char (top left) pic.twitter.com/laywgn4kiv
- Hungrybox (@LiquidHbox) October 27, 2021
At the time of publication, Warner Bros. Interactive has not addressed this filtration and speculation it has created in any way. We do not expect this to change for a variety of reasons, but if it does, we will make sure to update the story accordingly. Meanwhile, for more coverage especially with games, including the latest news, rumors, filtrations, speculation, fan theories, offers, guides, reviews, interviews, previews, videos and hot drinks, click here Or alternatively, consult the relevant and recent links listed below:
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