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Super Smash Bros. Havoc
SuperSmashBrosHavocBoxart
North American Super Smash Bros. Havoc box art.
Developer(s) Bandai Namco
Sora Ltd.
Outer Limits Co.
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo Switch
Genre(s) Fighting
Release Date(s)
Flag of Japan November 1st, 2019
Flag of North America November 20th, 2019
Flag of Europe November 22nd, 2019
Mode(s)
Singleplayer
Multiplayer
Online multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
CERO B ESRB2013T OFLC PG 12Rating USK12
Media Included Nintendo Switch Gamecard
Media DL icon Digital download

Super Smash Bros. Havoc, often referred to by shorthands such as Smash 5, Havoc, SSB5, or SSBH, is a fighting game developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment Inc., Sora Ltd., and Outer Limits Co. and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. It is the fifth entry in the Super Smash Bros. series of fighting games, and brings back many features from the previous installments. It was released in late 2019 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the original Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 64.

Super Smash Bros. Havoc plays very similarly to the previous installment, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, with many characters and other elements remaining largely unchanged. Rather than overhauling way the game works as previous titles have tended to do, Havoc builds upon 3DS and Wii U and improves its features. Havoc also brings back many elements from previous games that were not in 3DS and Wii U, such as the Adventure and Story Modes, Stickers, and even several fighters.

Gameplay

The gameplay in Super Smash Bros. Havoc, at its core, remains relatively unchanged from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Players play as one of many Nintendo characters and fight each other or computer-controlled opponents on Nintendo-themed arenas with the intent of knocking them off the stage or off-screen in order to K.O. or "kill" them. Every time a player is attacked, their damage percentage increases (from 0% to 999%). The higher a players' damage percentage is, the farther they will be launched when they are attacked and the more likely they are to be killed. Players can use a multitude of items that gradually spawn in fights to their advantage, and can even summon other characters and Pokémon to fight for them.

As stated previously, Havoc focuses less on restructuring how the game plays, and more on refining the existing aspects, including features returning from previous games in the series. A major focus point of Havoc's improvements is the online section of the game, where an entirely new section called Smash Community has been created with the intent of bringing players together and allowing for a more accessable and enyoyable experience.

General Changes

  • Blast zones have been decreased, now being sized somewhere in between Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
  • More stages will have stage hazards that can be disabled in settings, along with stage bosses.

New Features

  • Restoration is a new mechanic in the game that can be toggled on or off (default is off). With it on, players will gradually recover from damage, and the longer one goes undamaged, the more health they regain. This feature is exclusive to local matches and online with friends.
  • As previously mentioned, a new online forum called the Smash Community can be accessed through the online menu. The forums works similarly to other existing Super Smash Bros. forums, except it is integrated into the game itself. Through a profile connected to the user's Miiverse account, players can post in forums and take part in a variety of different events. Players can create an online Smash Bros. profile for the forum called My Smash Page, where they can list information about themselves such as their favourite fighters, stages, items, assist trophies, etc.. Through the forum and profiles, players can add each other as friends, post screenshots and replays, invite each other to battles, and more. 

Modes

Super Smash Bros. Havoc features the most amount of modes in any Smash Bros. game, mainly due to bringing back many previous modes that did not return in later titles.

Versus Mode

Versus Mode is a mode that allows players to fight each other or computer opponents in a basic battle. In vanilla Versus Mode, up to 4 players or computer fighters can battle in either one of two modes, Smash, which is essentially a free-for-all mode where the last man standing wins, and Team Battles, where players can be assigned to the red, blue, or green, and the last team standing wins.

Items are on by default, and players can change their spawn rate, change which items spawn, or completely disable them. Players can also determine whether the battle will be Time (match ends after a certain amount of time has passed and the player with the most KOs wins. If a player gets KO's themselves, they lose a point at the end of the match. If the battle ends with a tie, the match will enter Sudden Death where all fighters that tied have 300% health, one life, and deal massive damage) or Stock (players fight with a certain amount of lives and the match ends when only one person is left with lives, with that player being crowned the winner).

Fighter Customization can be turned on to allow for Custom Fighters to be played, but is off by default. Several alterations of Versus Mode exist that change the way the mode works.

Special Smash

Special Smash is a form of Versus Mode where players are able to customize several different factors to significantly change the way the game plays. None of these options are mandatory, and any of them can be turned off to set them back to default.

  • Health: 300%/Stamina
  • Restoration: Low/High
  • Size: Mega/Mini
  • Head: Flower/Bunny
  • Body: Metal/Clear/Tail/Rocket Belt/Screw/Back Shield
  • Status: Curry/Reflect
  • Gravity: Light/Heavy
  • Speed: Slow/Fast
  • Camera: Fixed/Angled

8-Player Smash

8-Player Smash is a mode that allows 8 players or computer fighters to play in a battle rather than only 4. In this mode, only certain stages can be picked, with most of the smaller ones being unavailable, though some stages increase their size to accommodate the increase in fighter amount. Many stage hazards are also disabled in 8-Player Smash. In Team Battles, an additional team color, yellow, can be chosen.

With Anyone

With Anyone is an online Versus Mode that allows players to connect to online and play with strangers. There are two different sub-modes, For Fun, and For Glory. If players disconnect in this mode, they are replaced with computer opponents. In For Fun, they are replaced with a level 3 opponent, while they are replaced by a level 5 opponent in For Glory.

  • 1-on-1 Stock Match: Two random players fight each other. Each player has three stocks. Last man standing wins.
  • 2-on-2 Stock Match: Two teams of two players each fight against each other. Each player has three stocks. Last team standing wins.
  • 4 Player Free-for-all Timed Match: Four players fight in a free-for-all battle. Match lasts three minutes. The player with the most KOs at the end wins.

For Fun

For Fun is a mode within With Anyone that focus on allowing players to have fun and play casually rather than being competitive, like in For Glory. All items are turned on and all stages are available and chosen by random. Players' wins in this mode will be recorded on their record, though all other statistics are not. Character customization is allowed in this mode, though players can turn it and items off to be matched with other players with same settings.

For Glory

For Glory is a mode within With Anyone that focuses on competition and strategy rather than casual fun, like in For Fun. Items and character customization are permanently disabled, only Omega versions of stages are available, and all statistics are recorded on players' records. Self destructing will deduct two points in this mode in timed matches rather than one.

Conquest

With Friends

Spectator Mode

Story Mode

Super Smash Bros. Havoc features a story mode similar to the Subspace Emissary from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. However, this time around, it features various places from Nintendo's series instead of a generic, realistic world. It is also considerably longer, includes fully voiced dialogue for specific characters, and has more polished and varying gameplay depending on the level.

Classic Mode

Legacy Classic Mode

Adventure Mode

All-Star Mode

Super-Star Mode

Tower of Smash

Smash Party

A revamp of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U's Smash Tour, Smash Party borrows elements from the Mario Party games, in that it takes place on a giant gameboard with players moving certain amounts of spaces. It can be played solo with computer opponents, locally, or online. Once the game is started, the players will have to complete a competitive or cooperative challenge, which can range anywhere from defeating a certain amount of enemies, clearing a target smash round, beating a boss, or even competing against each other. The score the player gets at the end of the challenge, which is a max of 25, determines how many spaces they will move in the next round. The space they land on gives each player some sort of reward; be it Smash Coins, trophies, or even the ability to advance further on the gameboard. Once a player reaches the end, they will receive a giant reward, containing Smash Coins, trophies, stamps, custom moves, etc.. Smash Party has several gameboards to play on that are themed after many of Nintendo's series.

Smash Run

Tourney

Events

Stadium

Target Smash!

Target Blast

Board the Platforms

Home-Run Contest

Multi-Man Mode

  • 10-Man Mode:
  • 100-Man Mode:
  • 3-Minute Smash:
  • 15-Minute Smash:
  • 1-Hour Smash:
  • Rival Smash:
  • Endless Smash:
  • Cruel Smash:

Special Orders

  • Master Orders:
  • Crazy Orders:

Boss Battles

Training Mode

Stage Builder

Smash Shop

The Trophy Shop from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, though players can now purchase stickers and music in addition to trophies.

These items can be bought from the store at varying prices using coins acquired in other modes, such as the Story Mode, Adventure Mode, and Classic Mode. The shop is split into three sections, one for each item, and will sell 8 stickers, 8 trophies, and 4 pieces of music at a time.

Vault

Album

Badge Collection

For more information on Badges, see this.

Challenges

Chronicle

Masterpieces

For more information on Masterpieces, see this.

Replays

Tips

Trophies & Stickers

For more information on Trophies, see this.
For more information on Stickers, see this.
  • Trophy Gallery:
  • Trophy Hoard:
  • Coin Launcher:
  • Sticker Album:
  • Sticker Center:

Smash Community

My Smash Page

My Smash Page is the name for the player's profile for Super Smash Bros. Havoc, accessible through the Smash Community. Every player has one, and it is directly tied to the user's Miiverse account. It is essentially a page for players to document information about themselves that can be accessed through the main menu. Players can find each others' pages through a search bar in the Online menu, or by accessing it while in a match with them, and then add them as friends so they can easily find them again. Through the page, players can also invite each other to battles, regardless of their status as friends, and can also view anybody's Miiverse account through a button on the profile.

By default, the info provided is limited; the player's username, time spent playing, most used fighter, and most used stage are listed from the start, but there are many other options to add.

Below is a list of all the features players can add to their Smash Page:

  • Real Name
  • Birthday
  • Country
  • Description of Themselves (max 300 words)
  • Current Mood
  • Favourite Video Game
  • Favourite Show
  • Favourite Movie
  • Favourite Book
  • Super Smash Bros. Info:
    • Favourite Smash Fighters, Stages, Items, Assist Trophies, Poké Ball Pokémon, Music, Trophies, Stickers
    • Most Used Smash Fighters, Stages, Items, Assist Trophies, Poké Ball Pokémon, Music, Trophies, Stickers
    • Least Favourite Smash Fighters, Stages, Items, Assist Trophies, Poké Ball Pokémon, Music, Trophies, Stickers
    • Least Used Smash Fighters, Stages, Items, Assist Trophies, Poké Ball Pokémon, Music, Trophies, Stickers

Super Smash Bros. favourites and least favourites can be starred or X'd out in their respective menus, while the amount of most and least used being displayed on thepage can be changed in the options, with a maximum of 5 each.

Page Themes

There are a multitude of different themes that can be applied to the Smash Community, which can change the color of the form, shape of buttons and images, and even change sound effects. These themes can also be optionally applied to My Smash Page, or different themes can be applied to each. Whichever theme is applied to a player's Smash Page will be viewable by any player that accesses it, regardless of their own applied theme. Very few themes are available to start, with most of them having to be unlocked or bought in the Smash Shop.

Global Smash Power

Characters

Playable Characters

Super Smash Bros. Havoc features 108 playable characters, consisting of 63 returning fighters and 45 newcomers. Of these characters, 38 have to be unlocked before becoming available, and 5 appear as downloadable content. Additionally, 16 other characters appear as alternate costumes for preexisting fighters, with 1 of these being downloadable.

Fighters that previously appeared as clones of other fighters have all received changes, with no true clones appearing in Havoc. Many of them have been upgraded to semi-clones, while some have made the full push to unique fighters. There are a total of 11 semi-clones in the game.

Nearly every single previously playable fighter returns in Super Smash Bros. Havoc, with Cloud Strife and Bayonetta being the only characters to not return.

Veterans
Mario SSB4
Mario
SSB Mario Series
Luigi SSB4
Luigi
SSB Mario Series
Peach SSB4
Peach
SSB Mario Series
Bowser SSB4
Bowser
SSB Mario Series
BowserJrSSB4Render
Bowser Jr.
SSB Mario Series
RosalinaSSB4
Rosalina & Luma
SSB Mario Series
Dr.Mario SSB4
Dr. Mario
SSB Mario Series
Donkey Kong SSB4
Donkey Kong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Diddy Kong SSB4
Diddy Kong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Yoshi SSB4
Yoshi
SSB Yoshi Series
WarioSSB4
Wario
SSB Wario Series
LinkSmash
Link
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
ZeldaSSB4
Zelda
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Sheik SSB4
Sheik
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
GanondorfSSB4Render
Ganondorf
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
ToonLinkSSB4
Toon Link
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
HW Young Link
Young Link
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Samus SSB4
Samus
SSB Metroid Series
Zerosuitsamus-ssb4
Zero Suit Samus
SSB Metroid Series
Kirby SSB4
Kirby
SSB Kirby Series
Meta Knight SSB4
Meta Knight
SSB Kirby Series
King Dedede SSB4
King Dedede
SSB Kirby Series
Fox SSB4
Fox
SSB Star Fox Series
Falco SSB4 Art
Falco
SSB Star Fox Series
WolfSSBH
Wolf
SSB Star Fox Series
Pikachu SSB4
Pikachu
SSB Pokémon Series
IvysaurNibrocRock
Ivysaur
SSB Pokémon Series
Charizard-ssb4
Charizard
SSB Pokémon Series
SquirtleNibrocRock
Squirtle
SSB Pokémon Series
JigglypuffSSB4
Jigglypuff
SSB Pokémon Series
MewtwoSSB4
Mewtwo
SSB Pokémon Series
PichuNibrocRockEdited
Pichu
SSB Pokémon Series
SSB5 Lucario
Lucario
SSB Pokémon Series
Greninja-ssb4
Greninja
SSB Pokémon Series
CaptainFalconSSB4Render
Captain Falcon
SSB F-Zero Series
NessSSB4
Ness
SSB EarthBound Series
Lucas SSB4
Lucas
SSB EarthBound Series
MarthSSB4
Marth
SSB Fire Emblem Series
PM - Awakening Roy
Roy
SSB Fire Emblem Series
IkeSSB4
Ike
SSB Fire Emblem Series
LucinaSSB4Render
Lucina
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Robin2
Robin
SSB Fire Emblem Series
SSB4 Corrin Female
Corrin
SSB Fire Emblem Series
IceClimbersSSBH
Ice Climbers
SSB Ice Climber Series
Mr. Game & Watch SSB4 Render
Mr. Game & Watch
SSB Game & Watch Series
Pit SSB4
Pit
SSB Kid Icarus Series
Palutenassb4
Palutena
SSB Kid Icarus Series
DarkPitSSB4
Dark Pit
SSB Kid Icarus Series
OlimarSSB4
Olimar
SSB Pikmin Series
ROBSSB4
R.O.B.
SSB R.O.B. Series
VillagerSSB4
Villager
SSB Animal Crossing Series
LittleMacSSB4
Little Mac
SSB Punch-Out Series
Wii Fit Trainer of Awesomeness
Wii Fit Trainer
SSB Wii Fit Series
Shulkssb4
Shulk
SSB Xenoblade Series
DuckHuntSSB4
Duck Hunt
SSB Duck Hunt Series
SnakeSmash3
Snake
SSB Metal Gear Series
Sonic SSB4
Sonic
SSB Sonic Series
MegaManSSB4
Mega Man
SSB Mega Man Series
PacmanSSB4
Pac-Man
Pac-Man SSB symbol
Ryussb4
Ryu
SSB Street Fighter Series
Mii Brawler
Mii Brawler
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Mii Swordfighter
Mii Swordfighter
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Mii Gunner
Mii Gunner
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Newcomers
ToadSSBH
Toad
SSB Mario Series
DaisySSBH
Daisy
SSB Mario Series
WaluigiSSBH
Waluigi
SSB Mario Series
DryBowserSmash3
Dry Bowser
SSB Mario Series
PaperMarioSSBH
Paper Mario
SSB Mario Series
Geno Smashified
Geno
SSB Mario Series
DixieKongSSBH
Dixie Kong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
CrankyKongTF
Cranky Kong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
KingK.RoolSmashifiedEdit
King K. Rool
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Babybros
Baby Mario Bros.
SSB Yoshi Series
Magikoopa3DWorld
Kamek
SSB Yoshi Series
Hyrule Warriors Impa Longsword Artwork
Impa
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
TingleHW
Tingle
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
MidnaSSBH
Midna
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Character-portrait vaati
Vaati
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
HWL Toon Zelda Phantom
Toon Zelda
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
GardevoirPokkénTournament
Gardevoir
SSB Pokémon Series
ZoroarkSSBH
Zoroark
SSB Pokémon Series
724Decidueye
Decidueye
SSB Pokémon Series
758Salazzle
Salazzle
SSB Pokémon Series
PokemonTrainerNibrocRock
Pokémon Trainer
SSB Pokémon Series
RidleySmashified
Ridley
SSB Metroid Series
WaddleDeeSSBH
Waddle Dee
SSB Kirby Series
Galacta Knight-1- (1)
Galacta Knight
SSB Kirby Series
YarnKirby
Yarn Kirby
SSB Kirby Series
BloodFalconSSBH
Blood Falcon
SSB F-Zero Series
KumatoraSmashifiedEdit
Kumatora
SSB EarthBound Series
4KomaAzura
Azura (DLC)
SSB Fire Emblem Series
KKSliderACaF
K.K. Slider
SSB Animal Crossing Series
ElmaAnarchy
Elma (DLC)
SSB Xenoblade Series
Mach rider super smash bros wii u 3ds style by machriderz-d8ouet2
Mach Rider
SSB Mach Rider Series
SukaponSmash
Sukapon
SSB Joy Mech Fight Series
IsaacSmashifiedEdit
Isaac
SSB Golden Sun Series
AndySSBH
Andy
SSB Advance Wars Series
Chibi-RoboSSBH
Chibi-Robo
SSB Chibi-Robot! Series
CaptainRainbow
Captain Rainbow
SSB Captain Rainbow Series
KarateJoeSSBH
Karate Joe
SSB Rhythm Heaven Series
Redwodner
Wonder-Red
SSB Wonderful 101 Series
Inkling Smash5
Inkling
SSB Splatoon Series
SpringManArms
Spring Man (DLC)
SSB Arms Series

Future Fighter (DLC)
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series

Future Fighter (DLC)
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Banjo&KazooieSmashified
Banjo & Kazooie
BanjoKazooieSymbol

Mii Sorcerer
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series

Mii Olympian
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series

Bold denotes unlockable characters.

Alternate Costume Characters

Like in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, several fighters appear as alternate costumes for other characters, accessible through palette swaps. They are effectively separate fighters that share the exact same moveset and character slot as the fighter they are a costume of; they have no gameplay differences.

Veterans
LarrySSB4
Larry Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
RoyKoopaSSB4
Roy Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
LemmySSB4
Lemmy Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
WendySSB4
Wendy O. Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
IggySSB4
Iggy Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
MortonSSB4
Morton Koopa Jr.
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
LudwigSSB4
Ludwig von Koopa
(Bowser Jr.)
SSB Mario Series
AlphSSB4
Alph
(Olimar)
SSB Pikmin Series
Newcomers
Toadette - Mario Party 10
Toadette
(Toad)
SSB Mario Series
Dr.LuigiSSBH
Dr. Luigi
(Dr. Mario)
SSB Mario Series
HW - Tetra
Tetra
(Toon Zelda)
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Pluslebogeymankurt
Plusle
(Pichu)
SSB Pokémon Series
Minunbogeymankurt
Minun
(Pichu)
SSB Pokémon Series
PrinceFluff
Prince Fluff
(Yarn Kirby)
SSB Kirby Series
Chrom smash bros trophy render by nibroc rock-d96cbvw
Chrom
(Lucina)
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Ribbon Girl - ARMS
Ribbon Girl (DLC)
(Spring Man)
SSB Arms Series

Bold denotes costumes for unlockable characters.

Bosses

Bosses are special, non-playable fighters that appear in seveal modes. They are large, sturdy, and strong opponents with a large amount of health and take time and strategy to defeat. Master Hand, Crazy Hand, and Master Core all appear as bosses in Classic Mode, Metal Mario appears occasionally in Classic Mode and as a boss in Adventure mode, joined by Metal Luigi in higher difficulties, and all of the aforementioned bosses appear alongside the rest of the bosses in the Story Mode, and are featured in the Boss Battles mode once it is unlocked. The Fighting Polygon Team return from the original Super Smash Bros. as a boss in Classic Mode and Adventure Mode, but does not appear in Story Mode or Boss Battles. There are 18 bosses in total.

Returning Bosses
Master Hand SSB4
Master Hand
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Crazy Hand SSB4
Crazy Hand
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Metal mario fireball 4 4 by nibroc rock-d90bule
Metal Mario
SSB Mario Series
Metal LuigiNSMBAS
Metal Luigi
SSB Mario Series
3d porky render by machriderz-d5h8arv
Porky Minch
SSB EarthBound Series
Master Core
Master Core
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Fighting Polygon Team
Fighting Polygon Team
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
New Bosses
King Boo Artwork - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
King Boo
SSB Mario Series
MotleyBossblobSSBH
Motley Bossblob
SSB Mario Series
Mad Jack
Mad Jack
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Queen Gohma (Hyrule Warriors)
Gohma
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
YveltalPokken
Yveltal
SSB Pokémon Series
Dyna Blade 3D
Dyna Blade
SSB Kirby Series
Kraid-Metroid-Boss-by-Rob-Powell
Kraid
SSB Metroid Series
Stoneborn
Stoneborn
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Hewdraw
Hewdraw
SSB Kid Icarus Series
DJOctavio&OctobotKing
DJ Octavio
SSB Splatoon Series
Ultimate Ghost
Ultimate Ghost
SSB Find Mii Series

Enemies

See: Super Smash Bros. Havoc/Enemies.

Stages

There is a total of 95 stages to fight on in Super Smash Bros. Havoc, consisting of 48 new stages and 47 appearing from previous Super Smash Bros. games. Of these, 29 are unlockable and 12 are downloadable. 

Default Stages
MariosRainbowCastleSSBH
Mario's Rainbow Castle
SSB Mario Series
TheaterSSBH
Theater
SSB Mario Series
DelfinoPlazaAnarchy
SSBB IconDelfino Plaza
SSB Mario Series
Luigi's Mansion SSB4
SSBB IconLuigi's Mansion
SSB Mario Series
MarioGalaxyAnarchy
SSB4 IconMario Galaxy
SSB Mario Series
Mushroom Kingdom U SSB4
SSB4 IconMushroom Kingdom U
SSB Mario Series
RainbowRoadSSBH
SSB4 IconRainbow Road
SSB Mario Series
SSB4U Super Mario Maker
SSB4 IconSuper Mario Maker
SSB Mario Series
CliffsideSlide
Cliffside Slide
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Congo Jungle SSB4
SSB64IconKongo Jungle
SSB Donkey Kong Series
JungleHijinxsAnarchy
SSB4 IconJungle Hijinx
SSB Donkey Kong Series
WoolyWorldSmash
SSB4 IconWooly World
SSB Yoshi Series
Temple SSBWU.png
SSBM IconTemple
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
GreatBaySSBH
SSBM IconGreat Bay
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
SpearPillarSSBH
SSBB IconSpear Pillar
SSB Pokémon Series
KalosPokemonLeagueAnarchy
SSB4 IconKalos Pokémon League
SSB Pokémon Series
Boxing Ring - Punch Out - SSB4
SSB4 IconBoxing Ring
SSB Punch-Out Series
Wiifitstudio
SSB4 IconWii Fit Studio
SSB Wii Fit Series
Unlockable Stages
BowsersCastleSSBH
Bowser's Castle
SSB Mario Series
Dr mario stage super smash bros 4
Dr. Mario
SSB Mario Series
MarioBrosSSBH
SSBB IconMario Bros.
SSB Mario Series
GangplankGalleonSSBH
Gangplank Galleon
SSB Donkey Kong Series
75mAnarchy
SSBB Icon75m
SSB Donkey Kong Series
GreatFairyFountain
Great Fairy Fountain
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
MagicantSSBH
SSB4 IconMagicant
SSB EarthBound Series
WreckingCrewSSB4
SSB4 IconWrecking Crew
SSB Wrecking Crew Series

Items

For a full list of items, see: Super Smash Bros. Havoc/Items.

Assist Trophies

For more information on the Assist Trophy fighters, see: Super Smash Bros. Havoc/Assist Trophies.

Assist Trophies return from the previous two installments as fighters that can be summoned through the Assist Trophy item. Like in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, there are some Assist Trophies that must be unlocked before they are able to be summoned. There are 75 Assist Trophies in total, with 18 being unlockable.

Assist Trophies
BirdoSSBH
Birdo
SSB Mario Series
LakituAssist
Lakitu and Spinies
SSB Mario Series
HammerBroNSMBU
Hammer Bro.
SSB Mario Series
MP9 Chain Chomp Bust
Chain Chomp
SSB Mario Series
Petey Piranha MPSR
Petey Piranha
SSB Mario Series
SM3DL Boom Boom Solo Art
Boom Boom
SSB Mario Series
Professor Elvin Gadd Artwork - Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
Professor E. Gadd
SSB Mario Series
Rawk Hawk
Rawk Hawk
SSB Mario Series
FunkyKongSSBH
Funky Kong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
Rambi DKCR
Rambi the Rhino
SSB Donkey Kong Series
TikiTong
Tiki Tong
SSB Donkey Kong Series
YarnPoochy
Poochy
SSB Yoshi Series
Kat-and-ana
Kat & Ana
SSB Wario Series
Ashley SSB4
Ashley
SSB Wario Series
CSyrup
Captain Syrup
SSB Wario Series
Ghirahim Hyrule Warriors
Ghirahim
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
582px-HW Zant
Zant
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
HWL Skull Kid
Skull Kid
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Lana
Lana
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
HWL Ravio
Ravio
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Saria3D
Saria
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
  • Bold denotes unlockable Assist Trophies.

Poké Balls

For more information on the Poké Ball Pokémon, see: Super Smash Bros. Havoc/Poké Ball Pokémon.

Much like Assist Trophies, Pokémon are able to be summoned from the Poké Ball or Master Ball items, as they have been in all previous installments. Unlike past games, there are some Poké Ball Pokémon that have to be unlocked before they can be summoned. There is a total of 85 Pokémon available, and 20 of them must be unlocked. Additionally, 3 Pokémon from Generation 1 (Raichu, Sandslash, and Meowth) have an Alola form that may spawn instead of the original.

Poké Ball Pokémon
001Bulbasaur
#001
Bulbasaur
Type GrassType Poison
005Charmeleon
#005
Charmeleon
Type Fire
009Blastoise
#009
Blastoise
Type Water
015Beedrill
#015
Beedrill
Type BugType Poison
026Raichu
#026
Raichu
Type Electric
026RaichuAlola
#026
Alolan Raichu
Type ElectricType Psychic
028Sandslash
#028
Sandslash
Type Ground
028SandslashAlola
#028
Alolan Sandslash
Type IceType Steel
052Meowth
#052
Meowth
Type Normal
052MeowthAlola
#052
Alolan Meowth
Type Dark
094Gengar
#094
Gengar
Type GhostType Poison
100Voltorb
#100
Voltorb
Type Electric
120Staryu
#120
Staryu
Type Water
132Ditto
#132
Ditto
Type Normal
133Eevee
#133
Eevee
Type Normal
143Snorlax
#143
Snorlax
Type Normal
149Dragonite
#149
Dragonite
Type DragonType Flying
151Mew
#151
Mew
Type Psychic
155Cyndaquil
#155
Cyndaquil
Type Fire
175Togepi
#175
Togepi
Type Fairy
182Bellossom
#182
Bellossom
Type Grass
201Unown
#201
Unown
Type Psychic
202Wobbuffet
#202
Wobbuffet
Type Psychic
212Scizor
#212
Scizor
Type BugType Steel
233Porygon2
#233
Porygon2
Type Normal
245Suicune
#245
Suicune
Type Water
248Tyranitar
#248
Tyranitar
Type RockType Dark
249Lugia
#249
Lugia
Type PsychicType Flying
251Celebi
#251
Celebi
Type PsychicType Grass
252Treecko
#252
Treecko
Type Grass
257Blaziken
#257
Blaziken
Type FireType Fighting
316Gulpin
#316
Gulpin
Type Poison
335Zangoose
#335
Zangoose
Type Normal
336Seviper
#336
Seviper
Type Poison
361Snorunt
#361
Snorunt
Type Ice
373Salamence
#373
Salamence
Type DragonType Flying
376Metagross
#376
Metagross
Type SteelType Psychic
380381LatiasLatios
#380 and #381
Latias & Latios
Type DragonType Psychic
384Rayquaza
#384
Rayquaza
Type DragonType Psychic
385Jirachi
#385
Jirachi
Type SteelType Psychic
386Deoxys
#386
Deoxys
Type Psychic
389Torterra
#389
Torterra
Type GrassType Ground
391Monferno
#391
Monferno
Type FireType Fighting
393Piplup
#393
Piplup
Type Water
398Staraptor
#398
Staraptor
Type NormalType Flying
424Ambipom
#424
Ambipom
Type Normal
438Bonsly
#438
Bonsly
Type Rock
445Garchomp
#445
Garchomp
Type DragonType Ground
446Munchlax
#446
Munchlax
Type Normal
453Croagunk
#453
Croagunk
Type PoisonType Fighting
460Abomasnow
#460
Abomasnow
Type GrassType Ice
461Weavile
#461
Weavile
Type DarkType Ice
464Rhyperior
#464
Rhyperior
Type GroundType Rock
475Gallade
#475
Gallade
Type PsychicType Fighting
490Manaphy
#490
Manaphy
Type Water
491Darkrai
#491
Darkrai
Type Dark
494Victini
#494
Victini
Type PsychicType Fire
502Dewott
#502
Dewott
Type Water
537Seismitoad
#537
Seismitoad
Type WaterType Ground
538539ThrohSawk
#538 and #539
Throh & Sawk
Type Fighting
570Zorua
#570
Zorua
Type Dark
620Mienshao
#620
Mienshao
Type Fighting
625Bisharp
#625
Bisharp
Type DarkType Steel
637Volcarona
#637
Volcarona
Type BugType Fire
647Keldeo
#647
Keldeo
Type WaterType Fighting
648Meloetta
#648
Meloetta
Type NormalType Psychic
649Genesect
#649
Genesect
Type BugType Steel
652Chesnaught
#652
Chesnaught
Type GrassType Fighting
673Gogoat
#673
Gogoat
Type Grass
686Inkay
#686
Inkay
Type DarkType Psychic
689Barbaracle
#689
Barbaracle
Type RockType Water
695Heliolisk
#695
Heliolisk
Type ElectricType Normal
701Hawlucha
#701
Hawlucha
Type FightingType Flying
706Goodra
#706
Goodra
Type Dragon
716Xerneas
#716
Xerneas
Type Fairy
718Zygarde
#718
Zygarde
Type DragonType Ground
721Volcanion
#721
Volcanion
Type FireType Water
722Rowlet
#722
Rowlett
Type GrassType Flying
727Incineroar
#727
Incineroar
Type FireType Dark
740Crabominable
#740
Crabominable
Type FightingType Ice
742Cutiefly
#742
Cutiefly
Type BugType Fairy
746Wishiwashi
#746
Wishiwashi
Type Water
778Mimikyu
#778
Mimikyu
Type GhostType Fairy
784Kommo-o
#784
Kommo-o
Type DragonType Fighting
785Tapu Koko
#785
Tapu Koko
Type ElectricType Fairy
789Cosmog
#789
Cosmog
Type Psychic
797Celesteela
#797
Celesteela
Type SteelType Flying
MarshadowSprite
#802
Marshadow
Type FightingType Ghost
  • Bold denotes unlockable Pokémon.

Unlockable Content

See: Super Smash Bros. Havoc/Unlockable Content.

Trivia

  • Super Smash Bros. Havoc is the first game in the series to:
    • Introduce new fighters in the Yoshi and F-Zero series, with Kamek, Baby Mario Bros., and Blood Falcon.
    • Not introduce a Fire Emblem newcomer since the franchise's inclusion.
    • Introduce a Legend of Zelda fighter that isn't a variation of Link, Zelda, or Ganondorf.
    • Have more than two playable versions of a single character, as there are four separate versions of Mario in the game (Mario, Dr. Mario, Paper Mario, and Baby Mario). If alternate costume fighters are counted individually, there are also four separate versions of Zelda (Zelda, Sheik, Toon Zelda, and Tetra).
    • Introduce a third-party fighter to an existing series, with Geno.
    • Represent every generation of Pokémon games with playable fighters.
      • It is also the first game to represent a generation other than Generation 1 with multiple fighters, as there are two fighters from Generation 7.
    • Feature multiple Pokémon fighters with the same type since Super Smash Bros. Melee, where the Electric type was represented twice, with Pikachu and Pichu.
      • It is also the first game to represent more than one type twice, as Fire, Grass, Water, Poison, Psychic, Dark, and Fairy types are all represented more than once in addition to Electric.
    • Bring back all of the playable fighters from a previous game that isn't the original Super Smash Bros.. All playable fighters from Super Smash Bros. Melee and Brawl return in this game.
  • Super Smash Bros. Havoc introduces more newcomers for a single series than any previous game, as the Super Mario series receives six newcomers. The Legend of Zelda series previously held this record with four newcomers in Melee.
  • Super Smash Bros. Havoc marks the first ever playable appearance for Dr. Luigi, Vaati, Galacta Knight, and Ridley.
  • All seven characters from "The Forbidden Seven" - the playable characters that were intended to appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl but were cut - appear as playable fighters: Dr. Mario, Mewtwo, and Roy return from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Dixie Kong and Toon Zelda appear as newcomers, and Plusle & Minun and Tetra appear as alternate costumes.

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