The end of an era draws near
Masahiro Sakurai has been living, breathing, eating and sleeping the Smash Bros. series for decades now, but his work on Smash Bros. Ultimate has kept him busier than ever. Sure, the game has been content-complete for awhile now, but that doesn’t mean Sakurai is completely removed from it.
For those who don’t know, Sakurai has been posting daily Smash Bros. Ultimate screens on his Twitter account for a very long time now. It’s certainly a tradition for Sakurai and fans alike, but there are only so many screens Sakurai can share! Whether you like it or not, it seems the tradition is about to come to an end in the near future.
Sakurai took to Twitter to say that his current batch of Smash screens is set to run out sometime in August. Sakurai notes that he event took 200 new screens as development was wrapping, yet that surplus has dwindled quickly. In other words, you better treasure what screens are left, because this daily routine is about to ride off into the sunset.