I have a lot of love for Movies especially science fiction however nothing beats the fun of sitting behind a screen and playing some hard core FPS games. Apart from them i am a major lover of Assassins Creed titles especially Brotherhood, The Witcher and God Of War. Huge fan of animation director Hayo Mayazaki.
Nintendo’s latest entry in the series, Super Smash Bros Ultimate has made quite an impression since it rolled out last month. However, even Nintendo was able to slip through without some issues. As Super Smash Bros Ultimate Online is plagued with matchmaking issues. Anyhow, the game director has given confirmation that these issues are being investigated.
This he said in the recent version of Famitsu column, translation courtesy of Twitter user “BlackKite”. Masahiro Sakurai gave confirmation that these online matchmaking issues found in Super Smash Bros Ultimate Online are currently under investigation and as soon as they are able to find a solution they will incorporate it and let everyone know.
From this week's Masahiro Sakurai column (1/3)
"Joker isn't currently in a playable state but we're steadily producing him. Personally I have high respects for P5 so I really think working on him is a job that gives me inexhaustible stimulus."https://t.co/PQ6261BVcg pic.twitter.com/FypUVCkY2j
— 黒凧 BlackKite (@bk2128) December 26, 2018
Having said that for those who do know, the issue is the fact that the game mostly matches players together even with different rules settings. Which as you can guess can be annoying.
Currently investigating how the matching in Smash Special/Ultimate isn’t going well.
Furthermore, Masahiro Sakurai also shed light on the development of Joker from Persona 5. He said,
Joker isn’t currently in a playable state but we’re steadily producing him. Personally, I have high respects for P5 so I really think working on him is a job that gives me inexhaustible stimulus.
With all that said, we can be hopeful that the devs will soon resolve this matchmaking issue found in Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
Be that as it may, Smash Bros is perhaps one of the most loved Switch games out there. Its fascination is to such a level that even cops like to play it on duty. Yes, you read that right.
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