Smash Bros. Ultimate's next character could be from Death Stranding
Smash Bros. Ultimate's next character could be from Death Stranding

Smash Bros. Ultimate’s next character could be from Death Stranding

Geoff Keighley is the founder of The Game Awards and the moderator of the annual, prestigious event. he loves Smash Bros. Ultimate as we informed you that his most memorable moment of the Game Awards was the announcement of Joker for Smash Bros. Ultimate. Today, he gives a hint related to Masahiro Sakurai’s game he tweeted ” Ludens Fan will be checking the mail! “. Ludens is the Kojima Productions company icon and mascot. Ludens wears an “extra-vehicular creative activity (ECA) suit”, and often carries a flag bearing the Kojima Productions logo – which is based off Ludens themself.

We can’t take it as an official statement but we can take it just as a hint.

For your kind information we would to share with you an image that could make sense.

On December 25, 2018, Masahiro Sakurai visited Kojima Production and met Death stranding Director, Hideo Kojima.

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