Yesterday’s Super Smash Bros.. Ultimate-centric Nintendo Direct flow started off on something of a dim note: we watched that a terrified Luigi running through a castle in his classic Luigi’s Mansion attire trying to steer clear of snakes, creepy statues, and mummies, all while armed merely with a plunger for protection. Eventually, he ran directly into the grim reaper itself. With one fell swoop, the reaper swung its scythe and knocked Luigi’s soul out of his body.

Needless to say, this was a clever set-up to announce which Simon and Ritcher Belmont in the Castlevania series will be linking the powerful throw of Super Smash Bros.. Ultimate as it lands on Switch after this season. The classic vampire hunters will be bringing their traditional brand of battle to the name using a wealth of famous weaponry such as axes, crosses, holy water and also their legendary whips.

However, supposedly killing one off of Nintendo’s most well-known personalities didn’t go down too well with fans of the series, so Nintendo has stepped in to affirm that Luigi did, in actuality, survive his tangle with all the grim reaper. There are not any more details given, however. Rather, Nintendo’s VS Twitter account in the united kingdom simply submitted a tweet on the subject stating “Luigi is okay. ”

Besides the destiny of Luigi being verified, the Belmonts will probably be combined by Donkey Kong Country‘s King K. Rool when Super Smash Bros.. It will also be available in an excellent limited edition bundle featuring a GameCube controller and adapter at Europe.

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