E3 2021: New Smash Bros Ultimate Challenger, Kazuya, Approaches

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oprainfall | Kazuya joins Smash Bros. Ultimate

Nintendo’s E3 2021 Direct presentation started with the reveal of the next Smash DLC fighter. Kazuya from Tekken is joining the Super Smash Bros Ultimate┬ároster. After the trailer rolled at the beginning of the Nintendo Direct, Smash series Director, Masahiro Sakurai, appeared. He then showed a clip providing a taste of some of Kazuya’s move set. Moves like tsunami kick and searing edge were showcased, among others. Here’s Kazuya’s character reveal trailer:


After the short clip unveiling some of Kazuya’s move set, Masahiro Sakurai announced the date and time for his upcoming presentation. His Super Smash Bros Ultimate Kazuya character presentation will be on June 28th. You can watch it at 7:00am PT / 10:00am ET.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate | Kazuya Presentation

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