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Prime Day: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Is $50 Right As Minecraft Steve Joins

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has just added its newest DLC character, the block-breaking Steve from Minecraft. If you have yet to catch up with Nintendo’s brawler mash-up, you can pick it up at a discount during the Amazon Prime Day 2020 festivities.

This deal is an anti-Prime Day sale offer available through Amazon’s competitor, Best Buy. It brings the price of Smash Bros. Ultimate down to $50 from the usual $60. The price is shown in your shopping cart, and you can arrange for pickup at your local store or have it shipped.

That $50 gets you the original roster, which is already the biggest in Smash Bros. history. But Nintendo has also added several DLC characters across two Fighters Passes. The second Fighters Pass ($30) is still in progress, but so far has included Min Min from Arms and Steve from Minecraft. Four more fighters have yet to be revealed. Each fighter can be purchased a la carte for $6.

For more on Prime Day, check out some of our picks for the can’t-miss deals and even more Nintendo Switch games on sale including Super Mario Odyssey, Pokemon Sword and Shield, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

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