Banjo Kazooie was confirmed for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate back at E3 2019. Now, the fighter can be purchased through the Challenge Pack or as a separate character. In addition, Nintendo revealed that Terry Bogard, the rumored fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, will join the roster this November. With that only one fighter remains but Nintendo isn’t done with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Stating they plan to release more fighters for the game. This is likely so they don’t have to develop a new game in the series and can continue to support the existing product. Which is a great idea and something Bandai Namco has been doing with their fighting titles. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now available for Nintendo Switch.