The Kingdom Hearts protagonist has been one of the most requested characters for a Smash game for years, and now caps off support for Ultimate.
Nintendo will be capping off three years of post-launch support for the seminal fighter with the announcement and reveal of its final DLC.
The next "Mr. Sakurai Presents" will be the final presentation for the title and will director Masahiro Director detailing how they play.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons sales are also up with 33.89 million sold, followed by Super Smash Bros. Ultimate at 24.77 million sold.
Spirits from the Tekken series like Heihachi, Yoshimitsu, Jin Kazama and many more join the fray along with new Mii Fighter costumes.
Series creator and director Masahiro Sakurai also assures that the next DLC fighter will be out in 2021, as per schedule.
Shantae from Shantae: Half-Genie Hero and Lloyd from Tales of Symphonia are also getting Mii Fighter costumes tomorrow, each for $0.75.
The latest Challenger Pack retails for $5.99 and includes a new Spirits Board, 39 songs from the Tekken series, a new stage and of course, Kazuya.
Kazuya brings his classic fighting style to the crossover series along with his Devil form. Also watch him tossing classic Smash fighters into a volcano.
Nintendo has released the full patch notes for the latest update.
An Arthur outfit, two Monster Hunter equipment sets, and a Felyne hat are available now.
16 songs, the Cloud Sea of Alrest stage, and much more also included in the Challenger Pack.
Just in case you're wondering why we're getting yet another sword fighter character.
Masahiro Sakurai will reveal new details about the upcoming DLC in a 35 minute-long presentation.
The five day event will add two new Spirits from the RPG.
The iconic villain is now available as part of Challenger Pack 8.
Sephiroth is set to officially join the roster today.
Those who pre-order and complete the Sephiroth challenge can unlock him early.
Director Masahiro Sakurai will break down the new DLC fighter's moves and release date.
The legendary villain is finally bringing despair to Smash.