Smash Bros Kazuya release time: Ultimate DLC 10, update 12.0.0 early patch notes

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Smash Bros Kazuya release time is fast approaching, with the iconic Tekken character heading to the hit Nintendo Switch game shortly. The latest SSBU DLC character was announced during the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct, with a broadcast at the start of this week – hosted by Masahiro Sakurai – announcing the Kazuya Smash Bros release date. The Tekken fighter will be available in Super Smash Bros Ultimate on Tuesday June 29 for those in the US and on Wednesday June 30 for gamers in the UK and Europe.

Nintendo hasn’t officially announced a release time for the Kazuya Smash Bros DLC, but judging by past rollouts we have a good idea of when Challenger Pack 10 could launch.

Here’s the expected launch times for the Kazuya Smash Bros DLC…

• Kazuya Smash Bros US release time – 6pm pacific time, 9pm eastern time on Tuesday June 29

• Kazuya Smash Bros UK release time – 2am BST on Wednesday June 30

• Kazuya Smash Bros Europe release time – 3am CEST on Wednesday June 30

Super Smash Bros Ultimate: Nintendo reveal new fighter

The Kazuya Smash Bros DLC will be part of the upcoming 12.0.0 update.

Ahead of the release of the patch the Nintendo Versus Twitter account has given Smash Bros players a warning about how the inbound update will affect replay data.

The @NintendoVersus Twitter posted: “Ver. 12.0.0 of Super #SmashBrosUltimate will arrive in the near future! Your replay data from previous versions may be incompatible. Convert your replays by going to Vault -> Replays -> Replay Data -> Convert to Video, before updating.”

In terms of what else the update could bring to the table, the 12.0.0 update could add some tweaks and balances to the gameplay.

As Inverse speculation in a post online, characters like Pichu, Ganondorf and Marth among others seem perfectly placed for buffs – but it’s unclear what shape or form this would take.

Besides character tweaks, 12.0.0 will unlock all the content for Challenger Pack 10.

So this means not only the new Kazuya fighter, but also a new stage (which is Heihachi’s Dojo) and plenty of songs from Tekken.

Update 12.0.0 will also unlock the new Mii Fighters, which are Lloyd from Tales of Symphonia, Dragonborn from Skyrim, Shantae from the beloved Game Boy platformers (and subsequent sequels) as well as Dante from Devil May Cry.

Dante had been rumoured to be one of the standalone fighters heading to Super Smash Bros Ultimate as a DLC pack, so this upcoming Mii Fighter release essentially rules that out.

It also whittles down the list of rumoured characters who could be arriving in SSBU as the final Challenger Pack 11 DLC.

The remaining rumoured characters, who are still in the running, are Sora from Kingdom Hearts, Doom’s Doomguy, Ryu Hayabusa from Ninja Gaiden and – of course – Waluigi.

The Challenger Pack 11 release is still pencilled in for this year.

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