Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's opening cinematic is now online along with the full World of Light introduction

Spoilers, duh

Posted by Dakota 'DarkHorse' Hills • November 24, 2018 at 8:29 a.m. PST

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is now less than two weeks away from its official release date in December, but more and more information is popping up online about the title's contents through official and unofficial means.

The full opening cinematic for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has appeared online and can currently be found on YouTube via the channel Blocked Content likely due to some players getting their hands on early copies from broken street dates.

We won't spoil the opening's contents for those who are waiting to see it on their own Switches at the time of Smash Ultimate's official release, but it does feature a number of nods and references that longtime fans are sure to appreciate.

Along with the opening cinematic came the full introduction cutscene for Smash Ultimate's Adventure Mode, World of Light, which we had seen most of before, but never as the complete package on GameXplain's channel.

The full Adventure Mode introduction is nearly identical to the one we originally saw during its reveal at the previous Nintendo Direct, but this one features subtitles for an unheard narrator who gives more context to the giant enemy Galeem's actions in setting up more of the story. We also get a slightly better look and explanation for the mode's Puppet Fighters as well.

Both the opening and World of Light cinematics can be found after the jump for those who wish to see them, but obvious spoiler warnings ahead. We also recently got our first look at the first 10 minutes of gameplay in World of Light for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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