Super Smash Bros. Ultimate adds Fallout’s Vault Boy as Mii costume

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate adds Fallout’s Vault Boy as Mii costume

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During the new character reveal for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, more Mii costumes were shown, including one from Fallout.

The big Super Smash Bros. Ultimate news today is that Min Min from fighting game ARMS is to be the next DLC character, due out at the end of the month.

But, like every DLC character before, a new set of Mii Fighter costumes is releasing alongside her on 30 June.

Firstly, there is Ninjara, another ARMS character, which would make this the third ARMS Mii costume, alongside ARMS’ cover stars Spring Man and Ribbon Girl.

Next is Heihachi from the Tekken series, a costume that also appeared in the previous Smash title.

Then, we have Callie and Marie, Splatoon’s pop-star duo known as the Squid Sisters.

But the most surprising addition is that of Vault Boy, the mascot character of the Fallout series.

Aside from being an out of left-field character, the Fallout series doesn’t have much of a presence on Nintendo hardware, being more commonly associated with the PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as PC.

In fact, the only Fallout title to appear on a Nintendo system is Fallout Shelter, which was originally a mobile title that has you building and manage your own Vault.

We can’t assume that this means a Bethesda character will be added as part of the second Fighters Pass, though the possibility of the likes of Skyrim’s Dohvakiin or the Doom Slayer from Doom being included is certainly nice to think about.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available on Nintendo Switch.

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