Masahiro Sakurai, beloved director Super Smash Bros. Game UltimateHe shared a sad update with fans regarding the popular platform fighting game. For those who follow Sakurai on social media, they are probably used to seeing him post a new photo linked to him. Super Smash Bros. Game Ultimate every day for an extended period of time. And while that trend continues to this day, Sakurai now said that this won’t continue later in the month.
Sakurai said in detail on Twitter today, that new photos of him are about to run out Super Smash Bros. Game Ultimate To share with fans. Sakurai stated that he took about 200 photos at the end of the game’s development and has been posting them daily since then. However, this reserve of images has almost run out, which means that this daily ritual is coming to an end.
Posting daily Smash Ultimate “Screens have been part of my daily work ritual for a while now…but it looks like I’m going to run out sometime in August,” Sakurai said. “I even took about 200 new screens while we were finishing development, so it’s hard to believe they’re really gone. Time definitely flies!”
Posting daily Smash Ultimate screens has been a part of my workday ritual for a while now…but it looks like I’m going to run out sometime in August.
I even took about 200 new devices while we were finishing development, so it’s hard to believe they’re really gone. Time definitely flies! pic.twitter.com/MbIGtcRJxI
– 桜 / Masahiro Sakurai (Sora_Sakurai) August 1, 2022
Although this news from Sakurai does not affect Super Smash Bros. Game Ultimate In and of itself, this revelation is still something that a number of fans found very disturbing in responses to his post. While development approaches for the Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros. Pretty much from its end at the end of 2021 when Sora was added as the final DLC character in the title, a number of fans felt the title continued to survive with Sakurai’s ongoing upgrade from it. And while Sakurai will definitely continue to talk about it Super Smash Bros. Game Ultimate Moving on, knowing that this daily routine is coming to an end makes you feel like the game has definitely come to the end of its long lifecycle.
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