Terry Bogard Now Available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Ruben Fields
November 9, 2019

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Terry's standalone Challenger Pack will cost $5.99 as all the others do, but he's also included in Ultimate's Fighters Pass bundle, which includes the first five DLC characters for the game.

The fourth pack of the Fighters pass and the fifth DLC fighter overall, Terry will launch later today along with version 6.0.

The stage involves additional than 20 history figures from SNK history together with Andy Bogard, Joe Higashi, Tung Fu Rue, Billy Kane, Geese Howard, Rock Howard, Kim Kaphwan, Ryuji Yamazaki, Blue Mary, Athena Asamiya, Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami, Goro Daimon, Chang Koehan, Choi Bounge, Ralf Jones, Clark Still, Ryo Sakazaki, King and Yuri Sakazaki.

Sakurai also revealed that Terry will have special moves that can be performed by inputting button combos from the Fatal Fury series, so that's a pretty cool twist that makes Terry stand out from much of the cast.

Terry Bogard is the 4 Tremendous Smash Bros.

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In addition to the DLC, Smash Bros. fans can also download a free update that includes improvements to the battle arena and other new features.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been an enormous success for Nintendo, regularly hitting Top 10 selling games each month.

In a fitting tribute to his NEO GEO roots, Terry Bogard's move set bridges the classical arcade fighting gameplay of the Fatal Fury series with the signature play style of Super Smash Bros. Joker, Hero, and Banjo & Kazooie were previously released packs.

If you watched the English language version of the Nintendo Direct then Sakurai made a joke about Smash Bros. only being for "good boys and girls", but in the original Japanese he also references the Japanese age rating board CERO.

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