Whether or not Minecraft is a video game you enjoy (or even play) and whether or not you have any kind of attachment for Steve, you have to admit that his enhancement to the roster represents an appropriately impressive cooperation in between Nintendo and also Microsoft-owned Mojang.

Introducing Steve’s addition to the fighter’s roster yesterday, Mojang chief innovative policeman Jens ‘Jeb’ Bergensten echoed those beliefs, mentioning, “Taking Minecraft to Super Smash Bros. Ultimateis the outcome of an incredible cooperation with Nintendo.

One more intriguing item of info that has actually emerged is that Nintendo as well as Mojang have obviously been in talk with bring Minecraft to Knockout for a long time. On Twitter, former Mojang founder and Mineccraft production supervisor Daniel Kaplan claimed that these discussions started at the very least 5 years back, before including that though he didn’t recognize when talks were wrapped up, right back was when they initially began. That’s a long time to be discussing this.

Minecraft’s Steve is the 2nd DLC character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s 2nd Boxers Pass, which is supposed to feature six characters in overall. He is the 7th DLC boxer for the game total (and also the 2nd to be coming from a Microsoft-owned building, following Banjo-Kazooie’s enhancement in 2015.