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Super Smash Bros Ultimate leaks worries Nintendo

As of late, Nintendo has been handling damage control for Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Recently, the game surfaced and has been sold through Mexican retailers with pirated copies. Of course, footage of the game as well as spoilers circled the internet.

Not to mention, dataminers have been digging up content in the game such as stage names and Spirits which is a new feature in the series. In fact, there are reports of Switch consoles crashing when interacting with the pirated games.

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Of course, Nintendo isn’t standing for that and is working hard to protect their game. Additionally, they’ve been banning any pirated footage being uploaded before the December 7th release.

However, Nintendo is deciding to loosen up their streaming policies when it comes to their game footage being uploaded. Yet, you can’t blame them for what’s going on.

Personally, I’ve been ignoring anything on the game since I plan to get the game next week with fresh eyes. Honestly, with the leaks it shouldn’t affect the excitement for the game. As we know, people who’re into this series are dedicated to the end.

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Comment below on what you think of the Super Smash Bros Ultimate leaks. Also, if you liked this article why not share it on social media. In other news, Obsidian will be revealing a new game at the Game Awards coming up.

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