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Nintendo pulls out of Super Smash Brothers Ultimate European Online Challenge due to "technical issues"

Nintendo pulls out of Super Smash Brothers Ultimate European Online Challenge due to “technical issues”

Super Smash Brothers Ultimates The latest 9.0.0 update has caused some unexpected issues for tomorrow’s tournament.

The first European online challenge, originally scheduled for October 16, will be postponed, Nintendo announced today. The company said it would announce a new date for the tournament soon.

Nintendo did not disclose any details about the technical issues affecting the latest update introduced MinecraftSteve and other background steps and content Ultimate.

Named the Throwback Throwdown, the tournament allowed only the actual steps and objects to be used Super Smash Brothers. In the Nintendo 64. There are up to 10,000 gold points to use on the Nintendo eShop.

A Obvious bug The community was discovered by a unique block-placing mechanic of Minecraft Characters. The unintentional feature is replica and may cause some opposite characters to fall on the whole Minecraft Step. The clipping bug can affect other steps and longer characters, so Nintendo is careful.

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