|Developer(s)|| (previous developers)
Santumerino (previous developer) Gigabyte Gaming (current developers)
|Max. amount of players||8|
Super Smash Bros. Over is the fifth game in the Super Smash Bros. series. It is developed by Gigabyte Gaming and published by Nintendo and HAL. The game's release date is unknown, but it is planned to come in the summer of 2016. The game is confirmed to be released for the Byte Block
The gameplay doesn't change from the past installments, however there are new mechanics to this game.
- There is a new mode called It's Over, where the player chooses a character to fight all the characters in the game and all the bosses with one life. If the player beats this mode, you get a new stage which is called Over, which has a similar layout to that of Final Destination or the Omega stages.
- The Story Mode gameplay is different from Brawl. Instead, you do Quick Time Events randomly throughout the stages and its mostly like an turn based gameplay in terms of...fighting enemies
- Bosses have damage percentages instead of health bars. Sometimes bosses need to have a certain amount of damage percentage to be defeated, like Ridley, and Magalor.
The playable characters in the game. Some of them are unlocked throughout the game and can be unlocked by doing certain missions. Some DLCs need to be bought with US money.
|Donkey Kong||Donkey Kong|
|Link||The Legend of Zelda|
- During development, the game's title was "Super Smash Bros. Endgame". Most of the Endgame Enterprises games have "Endgame" in their titles.
- Super Smash Bros. Over has had three different developers, with the current being Gigabyte Gaming.
- The game was originally going to be released to the Wii U and 3DS, but when Gigabyte Gaming began developing it, it was changed to the Gamer
- Once the Byte Block was announced, the game moved to the new system.
- The Smash Ball was originally not going to be in the game; however, it was changed due to it being the symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
- The game was originally going to be a sequel to Super Smash Bros. Kombat; this was changed when Gigabyte Gaming took over development.