the end Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC Fighter will air next week on October 5. So how does game director Masahiro Sakurai kill time until then? With the PlayStation 5, of course!
No, really, in your last Twitter post on social media, you shared an image of a PS5 DualSense wireless controller. According to Google Translate, it has been upgraded to a 2TB SSD after Sony’s recent firmware update for the system.
I bought an SSD (2TB) that can be included in the PS5.
Small! help. Masahiro Sakurai / Masahiro Sakurai (Sora_Sakurai) 2 de octubre de 2021
If you know Sakurai’s love for games, it’s obviously not surprising to see him on PS5. We’ve previously seen his extensive library of video game consoles in some presentations of Smash Bros. fighters. And it has an amazing set:
Screenshot of Sakurai’s preparation for 2020. Now imagine it with a PS5…
It was also documented how he played 242 PlayStation games in 2019. Woah!
While most fans think this is just Sakurai posting an update on what he’s been up to lately, as usual, there are some fans who are reading about things, maybe too often.
Some of the speculation based on this tweet seems to suggest that the ultimate fighter will be a PlayStation representative, and some of the comments go further, referring to Crash Bandicoot. Others seem to be making jokes about the “PlayStation” and “SSD” confirmation of the battle.
Heck, for all we know, it might be a sequel to PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Gang crash in smash??? 😰😰😰😰😩😩😩🤟🤟😱😱😱 https://t.co/yyGLyUXAQV— 🎃Aletas Espuki🎃 (@AletasFinite_) October 2, 2021
Are you happy to see Sakurai finally take some time developing Smash Bros.? Do you think the above tweet is teasing something? Share your own thoughts below.
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