10 Best smash ultimate mods. Ultimate Mods & Skins [update 2021]

smash ultimate mods : SSB Ultimate is truly the ultimate rendition of the popular Nintendo series.

This latest entry in the series features all the characters that ever appeared. Quite a feat. Everyone is indeed here, but not everyone that could be here.

There aren’t many Super Smash Bros. Ultimate mods that bring major gameplay changes due to modding Nintendo Switch games’ difficulty. They wouldn’t sit well with the online modes, so most mods available right now focus on bringing new skins for already existing characters to make the game even more of a celebration of gaming as a whole.

Let’s dive in and see what we can find.

smash ultimate mods

1.Doomfist Overwatch

Doomfist Overwatch

Overwatch x Smash Ultimate is the ultimate crossover that has yet to happen.
While we wait for Nintendo to make a move belatedly, you can download the Doomfist Overwatch mod to change Captain Falcon into the current character, complete with recolors, proper voice, and even facial expressions.
We don’t need to wait on Nintendo.

2.Marth but his Tipper is a Paralyzer

Marth but his Tipper is a Paralyzer

Marth’s tipper is especially dangerous. But did you know that you can make things even worse for those on the receiving end of the legendary Falchion?

This mod makes it, so Marth’s tipper always paralyzes enemies, allowing for pretty much every follow-up attack.

I hope Nintendo doesn’t get any crazy ideas from this mod for future Smash games. Marth’s pretty annoying already as he is!

3.Goomba Mario

Goomba Mario

Time for some cosplaying, Mario fans.

Goomba Mario transforms the Italian plumber into the stuff of nightmares: an anthropomorphic Goomba.

I don’t know about you, but I feel a certain unease looking at this costume. Let’s hope your opponents do as well.

4.Megaman.Exe

Megaman.Exe

Megaman.Exe is probably the least-known Megaman throughout, especially compared to the original Blue Bomber and X.

This, however, doesn’t suggest that he deserves to be always sidelined… right?

This Megaman.Exe mod takes the actor model that appears during Mega Man’s Final Smash and turns it into a full-fledged outfit. Some of the recolors do have some visual glitches, but if you’re a true fan of the Blue Bomber, you will love this costume nonetheless.

5.Bowsette Over Daisy

Bowsette Over Daisy

Despite being a fan-made creation, Bowsette took the world by storm two years ago. It quickly became especially popular among Nintendo fans.

But is she popular enough to get a spot in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate?

While Nintendo has yet to confirm the character in any official capacity, you can now take things into your own fingers and replace Daisy with Bowsette with this mod. It also incorporates a fully customized UI, multiple colors, and new voice clips taken from Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The character doesn’t get any new moves… but she doesn’t need them. Have you forgotten how powerful Daisy is in this game?

5.Bowsette Over Daisy

Bowsette Over Daisy

Despite being a fan-made creation, Bowsette took the world by storm two years ago. It quickly became especially popular among Nintendo fans.

But is she popular enough to get a spot in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate?

While Nintendo has yet to confirm the character in any official capacity, you can now take things into your own fingers and replace Daisy with Bowsette with this mod. It also incorporates a fully customized UI, multiple colors, and new voice clips taken from Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The character doesn’t get any new moves… but she doesn’t need them. Have you forgotten how powerful Daisy is in this game?

6.Stage Hazard Toggle

Stage Hazard Toggle

Stage hazards in the Smash series can be very annoying, making some stages completely unusable for competitive play.

Let’s fix that with the Stage Hazard Toggle mod. It gives a very welcome quality of life improvement that lets you toggle hazards on and off on the stage select screen, without forcing you to change rulesets every single time.

This mod also seems to be safe in online multiplayer modes, but some desyncs are to be expected. Don’t blame your opponent’s connection!

7.Royal Engineer Toon Link

Royal Engineer Toon Link

The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks is such an underrated game that Nintendo’s treatment of the title is completely unjustified.

It’s almost as they have forgotten it even exists. But we definitely haven’t!

Royal Engineer Toon Link is the mod to be for obscure Zelda references.

This gives us an amazing new costume for Toon Link, inspired by his Spirit Tracks appearance as well as an alt based on Alfonzo, the only other Royal Engineer known in the Zelda universe. Time to hit your opponents like a train!

 

8.Travis Touchdown

Travis Touchdown is one of those characters that deserve a spot in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
He’s not as iconic as other characters, sure. But his name has remained affiliated with Nintendo consoles for a while now. Shouldn’t loyalty be rewarded?
The Travis Touchdown mode lets you control a fully functional, well-made version of the character that replaces Ike, the only sword user in Smash Ultimate that hits as hard as Travis does.
With the inclusion of custom UI, expressions, voice clips, moving eyes, and expressions, it will feel like you’re controlling the anti-hero of the No More Heroes series.

9.Joaquin Phoenix Joker

Joaquin Phoenix Joker

Joker steals the show in SSB Ultimate. But he could be doing so much more.

The Joaquin Phoenix Joker add-on turns the beloved Persona 5 MC into a very different type of Joker. One that can move people with his tragic story, but also scare them to death with his antics.

Too bad we didn’t get any dancing Final Smash custom move!

10.Tiki Over Lucina

Tiki Over Lucina

What’s that? Do you say there are too many Fire Emblem characters in Smash Ultimate? Nah, we don’t have enough.

This mod replaces Lucina with Tiki, one of the recurring characters in the Fire Emblem series.

The mod only includes a custom model, so no UI or custom voice clips here. But the model is so well-done that it deserved to be included in this list.

We’re big Fire Emblem fans over here, in case you didn’t notice.

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