Rumour: The Next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC Fighter Has Been Datamined

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There's more evidence that these parameter files correspond to DLC characters, too. Packu is more than likely Piranha Plant, whose Japanese name is Packun Flower, leaving the last codename to a character who wasn't already introduced.

With those two out of the way, all that's left is the identity of fearless, and right now all bets are on it being someone from Dragon Quest - most likely Erdrick, the central character of the original three games (he was only playable in DQ III though).

So far, the codenames for characters have hinted at who they could be. Dragon Quest XI will also be making its way to the Nintendo Switch later this year, which makes the possibility of Erdrick joining Smash Ultimate all the more interesting.

According to the information presented on ResetEra by the user MondoMega, one of the next Super Smash Bros.

Jack is the character from Persona 5, revealed at The Game Awards 2018.

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The second one of the next fighters that would come to Super Smash Bros.

KitGuru Says: Given the sheer size of Dragon Quest in Japan and its growth here in the West, it's likely to be the next series to be included in Smash's roster.

First off, fearless is a possible direct translation of the Japanese word "Yuusha", which itself is the name of the Hero class from older Dragon Quest titles.

This isn't all, Persona Central also has details on what to expect when Persona 5's Joker is made available in Super Smash Bros. Written in katakana, Joker and Jack do share the character for "ji", albeit with a different modifier, but that's the only real link I could find between the two names.

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