This article is about Kirby's appearance in
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For other uses, see Kirby.
Kirby's ability to copy fighters is totally unique! While he is light and can be launched easily, he can also jump up to five times in the air, so he has great recovery. Look for his new Stone transformation, too.
—Description from the Super Smash Blog.
Kirby is a veteran fighter in the upcoming . He was confirmed to return on June 12, 2018 during E3 2018.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Light, making him easy to KO.
Changes from SSBWU/3DS
Grabs and Throws
Stone now has a new form resembling a Sheikah treasure chest from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Stone also has a faster start-up.
If Kirby copies an opponent, he will do a brief pose, which references his games where he does the same.
Kirby now can Inhale opponent projectiles to heal himself. He can now also spit them out as stars.
Neutral Attack: Punches the opponent twice, then unleashes a flurry of punches that end in a stronger one.
Forward Tilt: Does a spin kick which can be tilted.
Up Tilt: Stands on on foot and lifts the other quickly.
Down Tilt: Kicks forward, low to the ground.
Dash Attack: Kirby dashes forward with a fiery spiraling headbutt.
Forward Smash: Pulls his foot back before powerfully kicking forward.
Up Smash: Does a backflip, kicking upwards.
Down Smash: Does a split and spins around.
Floor Attack (Front):
Floor Attack (Back):
Floor Attack (Trip):
Ledge Attack: Quickly climbs the edge and kicks in front of him.
Grabs and Throws
In competitive play
To be added
Kirby using Mario's Fireball.
Kirby using Jigglypuff's Rollout.
Kirby using his Squall Hammer into Little Mac's Jolt Haymaker.
Kirby using Fox's Blaster.
Kirby using his Final Cutter.
Kirby in his blue alt. sucking in an ice shot.
Kirby having sucked up
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