More than a week ago, on October 13 to be precise, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has joined a new character. It turned out to be Steve from Minecraft known to everyone.
In addition to the completely new mechanics, the new hero also brought a lot of bugs and a victory animation that caused quite a bit of controversy.
Update 9.0.1 changes Steeve
Today for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate hit a new patch, the main task of which was to fix the new hero. Steve turned out to be not only very strong, but also bugged.
Very often the opponent, after removing the block placed by us, fell under the map. Additionally, a lot of controversy was aroused by the winning screen, where the character first ate the meat and then kept it. The strange perspective, however, made many players have not very appropriate associations with it.
Now the piece of meat after the consumption scene has been removed, and Steve keeps his arm a little closer to the body, which many think looks better and fits well with Minecraft, where the item also disappears when eaten.
The full list of changes in update 9.0.1:
- Fixed an issue where the opponent was crossing terrain when Steve / Alex placed a block in a specific location and the opponent destroyed it.
- Fixed an issue where the opponent was crossing terrain when Steve / Alex placed a block in a specific location and the anvil created with an air strike was hitting the opponent.
- Fixed an issue that caused the opponent to lose control of the character (and remain in the car) when Steve / Alex hit him with the car in certain situations.
- Fixed an issue that caused the Carriage to bounce off the wall without hitting the enemy.
- Fixed an issue that caused enemies in the Carriage to be transported back to their original location (the one they were placed in).
- Fixed an issue where some enemies were able to pass through Steve / Alex blocks after he was knocked out.