Just over three weeks after the launch of Super Smash Bros. on 3DS, the game has received another small update bringing some small, but significant changes to the game.
First off, ‘The Conquest’ mode which runs as part of online play will no longer display its result when that particular Conquest is still running. If you’re not sure what conquest is then you can find out about it here: http://www.ssbwiki.com/Conquest . This appears to be to stop players picking a particular side to either guarantee that they win the conquest or to try and tip the odds in the losing sides favour.
Although no details were given, the game has also been “[Adjusted]… to balance the game and make for a more pleasant gaming experience.” As with all new competitive games, there’s bound to be some imbalance. However, with the community’s feedback, Nintendo along with developers Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Games will hopefully now be able to please everyone.
That’s all the information that was given by Nintendo today. Super Smash Bros. For 3DS has sold 2.8 million copies as of October 7th and sales numbers continue to shoot up as hype grows for the Wii U version releasing on November 21st in the United States, December 5th for Europe and December 6th for Japan and Australia.