Some missing classic modes might be coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is regarded as the best release in the series since the classic Melee launched on the GameCube way back in 2002. The huge number of characters, stages and improved tweaks to the gameplay has, according to the pros, made it a much improved game when compared to the Wii U and 3DS games. There were however a few modes missing, but it looks like it might be making a return.

We pointed out in our review last year that the very popular Home Run mode was excluded from Ultimate. It made that single player experience just that bit less appealing for some. Another feature that never made a showing was the ability to design your own levels – something that could surely have become a big deal using Nintendo’s online infrastructure to share your levels with others. Well, according to data miners we’ll see these two modes returning when the 3.0 update launches.

It’s unfortunately nothing more than a rumour at this stage, but considering that Nintendo have been quite prominent with their updates to existing titles, it’s something that could become a reality. Below you’ll see a video detailing their findings:

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