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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Will Never Be The Same Again After This

A tradition that has been going on since the launch of Super Smash Bros. which has been cultivated by Masahiro Sakurai will be ending soon

Super Smash Bros. released to the public coming up upon four years now, and it has become one of the most popular family gathering games there is. Remaining extremely popular with the updating to the game with new fighters, stages, and other content from its release until October 2021, it remains a constant for the entire fighting community.

Although now, something which most people might not even realize is happening, a long-standing social media tradition, spearheaded by Masahiro Sakurai will be ending pretty soon. Masahiro Sakurai was an integral key figure in the creation of Super Smash Bros. and is someone who always stayed in contact with the game's fans through social media.

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But alongside the constant communication he held with the community, Masahiro also kept alive this small ritual with the release of the game which will be coming to an end soon. Daily screenshots of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that were captured during the game's final months of development have been posted on Twitter by Sakurai. Now, Sakurai claims that he will run out of photographs to upload sometime in August, therefore bringing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to a close.

The Super Smash Bros. franchise is still very important to Sakurai despite the strain and struggle he has had to deal with while creating and directing the series. Many people find it rather upsetting that Sakurai won't be uploading these photographs anymore because of the overwhelming amount of support and admiration he has gotten from the community.

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Sakurai has made an incredible impact on the video game industry as a whole. This is primarily attributable to Sakurai's fervent devotion to video games in general, not just Super Smash Bros. Whatever the case, it will be intriguing to see what Super Smash Bros.' future contains. After the release of the final DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Sakurai is doubtful if the Super Smash Bros. series will continue. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate still has a ton of content for players to enjoy, but Sakurai is working hard to support the game's player base.

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