Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Looks Great While Running at 60FPS in 4K – Watch Video

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a load of fun for anybody who wants to see a different Mario version as he battles various opponents in the ring. The game is already almost two years old, and it’s available for players who enjoy their favorite games on Nintendo Switch.

YouTuber SnazzyAI is proud to present a 4K video of Super Smash Ultimate running at 60FPS, and you are free to watch characters like Super Mario, Pikachu, Donkey Kong, Steve from Minecraft, and more as they fight each other:

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The Nintendo Switch Pro is likely going to be released next year, as they’ve been reportedly asking developers to prepare 4K versions of their games. So, I wanted to see what Smash Bros Ultimate might look if it was in 4K and still ran at 60 FPS. This trailer was originally only 1080P 30FPS, for reference. The Switch will likely use an upscaling method to hit 4K, if it indeed does target that. I used AI upscaling and interpolation to achieve the result. It’s certainly not perfect, and won’t match native 4K, but neither will the AI upscaling the Switch Pro might use.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: the best fighting game?

Oddly or not, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate received The Game Award for Best Fighting Game in 2019. An award that was perhaps more suitable for titles like Mortal Kombat 11, Street Fighter V, or Dragon Ball FighterZ was given to a cartoonish game that looks more suitable for kids rather than for those willing to play a fighting game.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate recently received two more playable characters for its roster. Just in case you needed creativity in the good old style of Minecraft, you must know that Steve and Alex from the legendary crafting game had become available for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

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