New private video uploaded to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's YouTube channel? More evidence suggests Dragon Quest Hero's release information this week

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • July 10, 2019 at 1:58 p.m. PDT | Comments: 6

Dragon Quest's Hero is supposed to become a playable character in Summer 2019. That pretty much accounts for the next 74 days (assuming there's even a possibility that the Hero could release today).

There's been quite a bit of evidence that's been surfacing that is suggesting the possibility that the Hero will be releasing relatively soon. One scenario proposes that the Hero could be releasing next week, if not this week.

Earlier in the week, Nintendo France made an interesting comment that seemed to suggest that new information regarding the Hero will be releasing this week.

"See you soon for a special Let's Smash (Someone said something about Heroes?)," said Nintendo France according to a translation from Dualshockers. The next episode of the "Let's Smash" video series is expected to drop this Saturday on July 13th.

Those subscribed to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate YouTube channel may have noticed yet another piece of evidence that appears to indicate something, likely as far as the Hero is concerned.

Whenever a new video is uploaded to YouTube, a blue dot will appear next to the channel name under subscriptions. This is only visible to those who are subscribed to said YouTube channel, of course.

The aforementioned blue dot has appeared on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate YouTube channel. Upon closer examination, there doesn't appear to be any new videos that are visible to the public.

As a result, there's a theory going around that a video was uploaded privately to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate YouTube channel. At this point, all it would take is to simply flip a switch on the channel in order to set it from private or unlisted to public.

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Last time, Joker was revealed to be releasing the very next day in a surprise trailer that provided an overview of Joker's entire moveset. Although Joker was released on April 17th, we didn't know his exact release date until April 16th.

Could something similar occur with Dragon Quest's Hero? Nintendo has a way of circumventing expectations like this.

Supposedly there's a new video just waiting to be revealed to the public. Since we already know about the Hero and the next DLC fighter that's releasing in the Fall, Banjo-Kazooie, it's extremely unlikely that we'll get any sort of glimpse at characters number four and five of the Fighters Pass until much later.

Originally I thought we wouldn't get the release date for the Hero until EVO 2019, specifically during Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's top eight. However, it's now looking like information about this will be coming much sooner than expected.

Source via: LaxChris.

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