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Hacker invades ZeRo's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate arena with Giga Bowser and inaccessible stages

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • March 31, 2020 at 4:25 a.m. PDT • Comments: 1

Until the Fighters Pass Volume 2 starts releasing new challengers, there are currently 80 different characters that are playable in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, there is one more character that's technically accessible through abnormal means.

One of the game's bosses, Giga Bowser, can be used during gameplay — if you know how to hack the Nintendo Switch. Tempo|ZeRo recently hosted an online arena in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that was visited by a certain hacker.

As one might've guessed, Giga Bowser made an appearance during gameplay. Giga Bowser was actually being controlled by the player / hacker throughout the course of the matches.

ZeRo took this as an opportunity to highlight and showcase some funny interactions that came about because of Giga Bowser's... presence. This is clearly not a character that's intended for play.

Afterwards, the hacker then started enabling stages that are normally only accessed through the game's single player modes. Funnily enough, ZeRo began to think that some of these stages might be good additions for multiplayer.

Eventually, the hacker proposed a challenge to ZeRo to get to the end of the Galeem and Dharkon stage in multiplayer. This actually proved to be fairly difficult to do due to all the hazards, but ZeRo was eventually able to succeed at this goal.

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