Do you still remember the rumored leaked Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch bundle that went viral a few weeks ago? Well, it seems like it was actually real. Curious how we are convinced why it’s real? Keep reading then.
The possible leak of the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Switch bundle was first seen last month from a website where it shows a bundle box of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. According to the photo uploader, the image was found from a Frech retail website called Carrefour.
Of course, most of the fans and even us are doubtful of the claim. But with the recent news that has been announced by Nintendo, the possible exclusive Switch bundle might actually be real. Yesterday, Nintendo has announced that Pokemon: Let’s GO, Pikachu! and Eevee! will have a console bundle featuring the two Pokemon as the artwork design of the console. Along with the announcement, there’s an attached image showing the box of the bundle.
If you have fast eyes and remember what happened last month, the art cover of the box looks very similar to the rumored Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Switch bundle. By looking closely at the left-hand side, you will see a notice for the upcoming Switch Online service informing their users that a subscription is required to access the online feature.
Now, let’s have a look at the same location of the notice of the rumored leaked photo of the Smash Bros. Switch bundle. Got it? Yep, the same notice will be seen on the same and exact location. If ever the leaked image was all fake, this could be the luckiest leak effort that happened in the gaming leak history. So we came to the idea and believe that the leaked image is legit.
Well, we are not claiming that it was real. What we are saying that the leaked photo might be real. Until then, we recommend you to wait for the official announcement from the developer if there’s a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Switch bundle that will be released.