The spooky ghost of King K. Rool? Here are glitches in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's latest update, many of which come from Stage Builder mode

Olimar obliterates himself, one person controls two characters, turn your Pokemon invisible, and more

Posted by John 'Velociraptor' Guerrero • May 20, 2019 at 3:10 p.m. PDT

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has already seen almost ten separate updates as developers continue to tie up loose ends and smoothen rough edges, but it's very clear that there's more to be done in this avenue as the recent 3.0.0 patch includes more than a few glitches.

To be clear, most all of these don't really appear to affect competitive game play since they often require very specific stipulations be met, many of which can only be recreated in the relatively new Stage Builder mode.

A recent video from YouTuber OHKO showcases a whole handful of these glitches that appear to have come about in the 3.0.0 update. There has since been another update, (3.0.1) but that specifically fixed two other previous hiccups and apparently not what you'll see in the video.

The majority of these are just kind of fun, out of the ordinary happenings that might lock a character in place, make them invisible, cause a move animation to behave significantly differently, or other things of that nature.

Others are a bit more intense as one gives a single player control of two characters on the screen simultaneously while another causes Captain Olimar to suddenly KO himself in a very explosive manner.

Here's a look at one of the bigger glitches as you can make characters completely invulnerable to throws on a permanent basis. That isn't where things end, however, as continuing to interact with characters in this glitched state can lock up or even crash your game (be sure to turn clip sound on):

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