Masahiro Sakurai Says That Super Smash Bros. Ultimate “Might Mess Up” Future Games

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a ridiculously enthusiastic project, cramming in possibly the largest, most diverse, yet surprisingly well-rounded character roster of super star video game names that we've ever seen. While being a wonderful prospect for video gaming fans at the moment, it no doubt triggers concern over where the series could possibly head after its release - how do you build upon something that has practically whatever?

It ends up that series developer Masahiro Sakurai shares those doubts over future games, too. In his most current column for the weekly Famitsu magazine in Japan, Sakurai discusses that Ultimate's huge aspiration could "ruin possibilities" for future video games, however he's plainly trying to prevent considering this dilemma right now.

"I question exactly what we'll make with the next title, and I feel that having 'all characters playable' (for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate )might have been a Pandora's Box that might ruin possibilities for exactly what's next in the series.

"However, truthfully speaking, I'm not thinking of exactly what's next!"

Elsewhere in the column, Sakurai-san spoke of his pleasure that the game's selling points weren't dripped prior to its official reveal.

"To be sincere, I'm actually grateful that it didn't leakage. If it dripped that 'all characters will be in it,' then it wouldn't have actually gotten the exact same reception. I actually wished to avoid having the work of several years get smashed by someone who wanted his little moment to brag.It would've been over for us had the words 'all characters playable' made it out there. It was a top secret job that numerous at Nintendo didn't even understand about, which's why you saw cheers even from those included with Nintendo."

It's certainly an exciting time for Smash Bros. fans, with Ultimate guaranteeing to have practically everything you might ever want. Beautiful graphics with the most sensational character art we've seen? It's there. Your favourite character? It's there (apart from Waluigi, we know). Still consumed with utilizing GameCube controllers? You can. Who understands exactly what the remote future holds, but this December is sneaking up fast and we cannot wait.Do you have any concerns about future video games in the series, or are you more thinking about just getting your hands on Ultimate in the meantime? Share your ideas with us listed below.