Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U trailers have been released to reveal all the newcomers and some veterans including DLC characters. They consist of original animation and gameplay videos showcasing the characters' special moves. When introducing a newcomer, a splash art with a line of text is displayed. Many of these trailers (Duck Hunt's trailer, as well as the Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U trailers that predate it) are available within the Movies sub-menu of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Newcomers have also received matching pieces of poster artwork, many of which make direct reference to their trailers.
Villager's trailer, shown at E3 2013 and also doubling as the first trailer for the game, begins with Villager in an Animal Crossing town checking his mailbox and receiving a letter. He is then shown excitedly running through the town while the animal citizens look at him with surprise. The open envelope drifts down, catching Tom Nook's eye; the camera pays extra attention to the seal on the letter, that used for the Super Smash Bros. series.
The trailer then shows Mario, Link, Samus, Kirby, Pit, Fox, Donkey Kong, and Pikachu in their home series before they all form in the midst of a misty abyss and jump into the top screen on a Nintendo 3DS. A series of gameplay clips are shown, revealing Bowser in the process, as well as a multitude of new playable stages before a clip that shows Mario leaping from a then-unknown location and back into the misty abyss from before, preparing for the transition from 3DS to Wii U. Pixel by pixel, Mario is taken apart and put back together, now in a crisper quality, as he and the characters from before land on another Battlefield.
The process repeats again, showing off some more new stages before the video cuts to Mario and Bowser fighting, whereupon Bowser attacks Mario, but before Mario can respond, he is taken by surprise when he is caught by Villager's butterfly net. The camera zooms in on the Villager, with a caption announcing that "Villager comes to town!". Following that, several clips of him are shown fighting using various tools from his home series. Finally, stills of all the currently known characters follow one another before the trailer ends with the logo of the game being shown.
Mega Man's trailer, simply called "Mega Man Joins the Battle!", begins with a blaring siren and a "New challenger approaching!" sign. It then cuts to a canyon in the dead of night, with Mario, Link, Kirby, and Donkey Kong glancing at a mysterious figure watching above them on a clifftop, hidden by shadow; all that can be discerned is the figure being humanoid, with a head of spiky hair. Suddenly, a series of pixels form a helmet that covers the hair before a series of lights come on, a pair of blue eyes glowing.
The figure, none other than Mega Man himself, leaps and teleports out of the canyon before briefly paying homage to his home series in the form of a Robot Master screen, with a caption proudly declaring that "Mega Man joins the battle!" From there, several clips are played of Mega Man doing battle against Nintendo's greatest, also showing off his animations, which are recreations of his movements from his 8-bit days. However, after the scenes soon show said greatest getting the better of him, the trailer shifts back to video form, as Mega Man accesses his Weapon Copy System and equips himself with the Metal Blades, the signature weapon of Metal Man, one of the most iconic Robot Masters Mega Man has ever faced.
He creates a pair of sawblades and hurls them at Mario, who narrowly evades the blades, and Link, who blocks them with his shield. From there, the trailer becomes a showing of the various weapons Mega Man has acquired from fallen Robot Masters, making use of them in his moveset to land just as many hits on his fellow characters as they had on him, culminating in Mega Man using the Flame Blast, gotten from another Robot Master, to unleash torrents of fire upon the four from the trailer. After the trailer, a short snippet plays of Mega Man on Wily Castle, doing battle with the Yellow Devil.
Wii Fit Trainer's trailer, simply titled "Wii Fit Trainer Joins the Battle!", opens on a screen showing Wii Fit gameplay. The screen pans out to show the gameplay is actually on a television screen as Mario, Link, and Kirby are all following the game's instructions, all of whom (sans Kirby) are having trouble keeping the given poses. A white arm taps Mario on the shoulder as he and the others look at the individual tapping him, revealed to be the Wii Fit Trainer.
She assumes another yoga pose that sends the trio soaring and leaves the television the three were using askew. The trailer then cuts to a number of clips in succession, in which the Wii Fit Trainer uses a number of yoga poses to attack her foes, even using a barrage of them in her Final Smash. She addresses the camera and delivers a thumbs up while the trailer ends on a caption that exclaims that "Wii Fit Trainer weighs in!", with the Balance Board bouncing up and down behind her.
Sonic's trailer, simply titled "Sonic Joins the Battle!", begins when Mario and Mega Man are busy fighting in Battlefield, whereupon, after Mega Man is thrown to the ground, recovers as he and Mario rush towards one another; their bout is cut short by Sonic darting into the stage, attacking both of them in the process. The remainder of the trailer shows Sonic doing battle with several other Nintendo characters, though it also confirms the existence of the Windy Hill Zone stage and shows the three mascots in battle once again.
Note: Sonic is the first veteran to have his own trailer, mainly because he's a third party character.
Rosalina & Luma's trailer, titled "Comet Observatory", opens in space, with Kirby soaring the cosmos on his signature Warp Star as he flies to a race on a Rainbow Road. Mario and Donkey Kong, the leaders in the race, are busy glaring at each other, both trying to take the lead, before Kirby darts by them forcing them to spin out; he soon crosses the finish line. The camera cuts to a glow in space, which is revealed to be a Launch Star, rocketing a blue orb out towards space, where Kirby is once again happily traversing the stars.
The blue orb whizzes on by Kirby, making him lose control of his Warp Star and force a crash landing back onto the course. The blue orb splits in two at this point; while one whirls above the Rainbow Road, the other races down towards the track, where it slows down and reveals itself as a Luma. Kirby and the Luma stare at each other curiously before several of the other racers, in particular, Luigi, Peach, and Bowser arrive, all wondering what the figure is; albeit Donkey Kong expresses his curiosity by poking Kirby rather than the Luma.
The glow from the other orb envelops the stage, which gathers the attention of the six figures. The Luma bounces towards the source of the orb and jumps in its arms. As the camera slowly pans up, the figure holds the Luma in its arms and glances at the camera face-first; the figure in question being Rosalina. The ensuing caption declares that "Rosalina & Luma launch into battle!" before cutting to new gameplay footage showing Rosalina coordinating her attacks with the Luma and the versatility such a pairing entails. The trailer ends with both Rosalina & Luma twirling around before a small snippet from the trailer that shows Kirby and the Luma dancing and hi-fiving.
Little Mac's trailer, titled "Champion of the Ring", begins in a gym, during which time the trailer is portrayed in a comic-book-like art style. A figure in a pink hoodie is busy training with a coach offering them encouragement. More shots of this figure training are shown, culminating in them delivering an uppercut that sends the Sandbag flying through a window. The figure sheds the hoodie and takes a stance, their identity revealed as Little Mac; the corresponding caption quips that "Little Mac punches in!" The caption fades out to Battlefield, where Samus is staring at the boxing champion, seemingly unimpressed.
She runs a hand from the top of her head to that of Little Mac's, pressing down on it slightly. Little Mac looks highly agitated at this point before the Power Meter appears at the bottom, rapidly filling up to maximum, at which point, he throws a KO Uppercut that sends Samus flying. The trailer shifts to in-game footage as Doc Louis continues to shout advice and tips at Little Mac; the gameplay itself shows off Mac's combo prowess and quick ground speed, but also denotes his poor quality of movement and recovery while in the air.
The gameplay soon shows Little Mac transforming into a colossal monster known as Giga Mac briefly before the trailer ends on Little Mac throwing another KO Uppercut that defeats Mega Man and Bowser before posing in the middle of the Boxing Ring stage. A short stinger then plays that shows Little Mac and Doc Louis, once again in comic-book style, enjoying some chocolate bars as Samus rolls past them in Morph Ball form.
Greninja's trailer, titled "Challenger from the Shadows", begins in the middle of a canyon, similar to that used for Mega Man Joins the Battle, only set more in the daytime. The trailer opens with a series of Poké Balls being lobbed from the sky, releasing several Pokémon from them, all gathered at the foot of a cliff. The camera pans up to reveal Pikachu resides atop the cliff, with Charizard behind it; the caption for the latter proclaims that "Charizard fires it up!" Soaring into the sky, Charizard then slams down in front of Mario, who narrowly evades the attack and lands in front of Link, Samus, Kirby, and Olimar.
Elsewhere, in a cave, a mysterious figure hangs upside-down from the cave roof making hand gestures as a Water Shuriken begins to form in its palm. The five heroes hurl projectiles at Charizard, alongside Mario himself rushing to face the Pokémon dodging everyone else's attacks. The disc of water begins to form a four-pointed star and rotates rapidly, before it is thrown and stops Mario and Charizard from exchanging blows. Mario and Charizard land and glance at a nearby tree, where the figure is upside down on a tree branch.
Flipping itself upright, it cranes its head at the duo, revealing its identity as Greninja; the caption comments that "Greninja makes a splash!" It uses Hydro Pump to blast itself out of the shot and into a series of gameplay footage showing itself and Charizard in battle, followed by brief clips showing off Charizard and Lucario's respective Final Smashes. The trailer finally ends on Greninja using its own Final Smash on Mario, cutting to the game's logo right before the final hit is thrown.
Mii Fighter's trailer, which is titleless, begins with Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aimé in a black background. The pair stare each other down before Reggie lunges at Iwata, who swiftly kicks him away; what follows is an over-the-top fistfight culminating in Iwata pulling out a Wii U GamePad while Fils-Aimé does the same with a Classic Controller Pro and proceed to play Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, using Miis of themselves to continue their conflict; while Reggie's Mii is only equipped with a pair of gloves, Iwata's is armed with a longsword.
The pair continue their duel, going from Battlefield's Ω Form to Palutena's Temple, as both men trade glances as the bout progresses; ultimately, Reggie ends up triumphant while Iwata shoots him a look before pulling out an amiibo of Mario and placing it on the GamePad. The resulting in-game Mario exacts revenge on Reggie, handling every move his Mii self throws with ease before launching a Forward smash that sends the real Reggie flying. As Iwata's Mii celebrates alongside the amiibo Mario, Masahiro Sakurai himself arrives and explains the history behind getting Miis ready for Super Smash Bros.; after he explains it didn't feel right during the lifetime of Super Smash Bros. Brawl to have Miis as playable fighters, he delivers some new video gameplay which shows off a number of Miis all fighting official Nintendo characters.
The Miis, he adds on, are grouped into three classes: Mii Brawlers, who fight using hand-to-hand combat, Mii Swordfighters, who using swords and other bladed tools to do battle, and Mii Gunners, who come equipped with arm cannons and a variety of projectiles. In addition, Mii Fighters are special in that their special moves, rather than be modified versions of their standard specials, have all-new options to use for all four special move types.
To demonstrate some of the possibilities of the Mii Fighters, Mii versions of real-life figures are shown, with captions such as "Lincoln gets sworn in!," "Elijah Wood like to battle!," and "Ice-T pours it on!" During this, Sakurai explains the reasoning behind adding Miis, stating that he gets countless amounts of requests and ideas for characters to join the roster, and concludes by saying that by using Miis, players can put their dream character into the roster.
Palutena's trailer, labeled "Goddess of Light", begins in the art style of Kid Icarus: Uprising, in which Palutena watches and comments on a duel between Link and Pit. Neither side can land a hit in on the other, but even then, Link seems to have the upper hand, able to use his assortment of weapons and items to control the flow of the battle. After a fierce kick to the stomach sends the angel flying, Link readies the Gale Boomerang to finish Pit off, but the item is stopped with a flash of light.
The goddess of light herself now stands in front of Pit, using a horizontal force field to block the shot. As Pit stares in awe, wondering what Palutena herself is doing here, she activates his Power of Flight and sends him soaring off; she states she's here "for a little divine intervention", a comment proclaims that "Palutena alights!" before Link stands in front of the goddess.
The trailer then jumps to gameplay, in which the duel between hero and goddess is resolved, and Palutena and Pit exchange banter before Palutena shows off a large number of powers available for her to use on demand, culminating in a display of her Final Smash before commenting the vast numbers of heroes across multiple dimensions, and praising them for being worthy enough to fight each other. In the stinger for the trailer, Dark Pit arrives and taunts Palutena.
Pac-Man's trailer, labeled "Red, Blue, Yellow", opens with a shot of Mario fighting Link on Battlefield. As he launches an attack, the camera zooms in on Mario's hat, filling the screen with red; the camera then zooms back out to display the red as a diagonal streak across the screen. Another scene interrupts, showing Sonic darting through Windy Hill Zone before leaping off a spring and Mega Man attacking Greninja on Wily Castle. Like Mario and his hat, the camera zooms in on Mega Man's helmet.
A corresponding shade of blue fills the screen and turns into a diagonal slant underneath the red from before. Suddenly, a yellow line comes between both of them and fills the screen before shrinking to a perfect circle. The circle opens up and makes a "waka" sound; the circle is, in all actuality, the original form of Pac-Man. After a caption stating that "Pac-Man hungers for battle!", the trailer shifts to Pac-Man taking on another signature design, that from the Pac-Man World series of games, and follows up with a series of gameplay videos in which Pac-Man fights using both acrobatics and characters and objects from past Namco games.
After a brief clip of the Pac-Land stage, the trailer shifts to the Pac-Maze stage, played on a 3DS. The trailer concludes in Mario, Sonic, and Mega Man chasing Pac-Mac before being chased by him in his classic 8-bit form and leaping towards the screen. A stinger follows with Mr. Game & Watch walking on screen next to Pac-Man and ringing his bell, while "1980" is written above the two. In the corner, the tops of Mario and Donkey Kong's heads appear, with "1981" written above.
Robin and Lucina's trailer, titled "By Book, Blade, and Crest of Flame", begins with a wounded Chrom lying on the ground while his daughter, Lucina, is facing off against Captain Falcon (a caption adds that "Lucina wakes her blade?!"). Lucina then looks upon her wounded father and then focuses back on Captain Falcon, boldly proclaiming "For my father!" She then rushes at him with her Falchion and attempts to slash him, but Falcon proceeds to dodge it. Captain Falcon attempts to punch Lucina, but she dodges it.
Captain Falcon then backflips to regain his ground. Lucina then proceeds to directly charge at Falcon with Falchion, but he proceeds to block the attack, and he overpowers Lucina by kicking the hilt of her sword. As Captain Falcon is about to deliver a Falcon Punch, he is suddenly interrupted by several blasts of Elwind. Both fighters then glance up at the source of the attack, an unknown hooded figure.
The figure assures Lucina that everything is going to be alright before touching onto the ground, whereupon the figure undoes the hood and readies a Levin Sword; the figure is thus confirmed to be Robin, with an accompanying caption that "Robin brings the thunder!" Some gameplay clips of him are shown as he and Lucina take note of the various types of spells and swords he has at his disposal and the importance of using them wisely, and then Lucina responds that she will join the fight alongside Robin, showing off some of her moves in gameplay, before they both comment on how they are facing the Hero-King himself and the radiant hero of legend.
The trailer moves to a stinger which cuts to Chrom, who laments losing his chance to be worthy enough of being in Smash. Another clip then follows of him assisting Robin in his Final Smash is shown, and the trailer ends with a brief showing of the female Robin.
Shulk's trailer, titled as "Looks like we don't have a choice!" (NTSC)/"Now it's Shulk time" (PAL), begins with Bowser running around Gaur Plain, coming to a stop and roaring. Behind some nearby grass is Shulk, who readies the Monado before he leaps into the air and attacks Bowser from behind with a Back Slash, sending him flying. He turns and addresses the camera as a caption denotes that "Shulk foresees a fight!", after which he has a vision where he seems himself being attacked and knocked away by Link and Marth.
Shulk begins to fight them, until he jumps and slides away, preparing the Monado once again for a further conflict. The trailer then shifts to gameplay footage of Shulk in action and a number of moves, taking extra time to show off the Monado Arts that can affect Shulk's physical properties, alongside the remainder of his special moves and differing effects based on how they're used before summoning Dunban and Riki for a Chain Attack that ends the trailer. A stinger then follows, in which Shulk encounters Metal Face taunting him.
Bowser Jr.'s trailer, titled "The Future King" (NTSC)/"The Future of Evil" (PAL), opens in a canyon similar to those used in Challenger from the Shadows and Mega Man Joins the Battle. It starts off with an unknown figure gliding above the ground in a small floating vehicle with a smiling face on it. It makes a sharp turn and as a cannon emerges from the vehicle's mouth, a massive cannonball is fired, stopping just barely in front of a gathering of heroes that consists of Mario, Link, Samus, Kirby, Mega Man, and Rosalina & Luma.
The cannon retracts, and in its place, the vehicle, charging at the others, releases a wrecking ball on a chain that the band of six once again narrowly dodge. Mario glances at the vehicle's driver, still swinging the ball and chain and darts towards it; the vehicle, in response, adopts a menacing grimace and arms itself with a pair of drills.
The two collide and Mario puts up a shield, but the drills slowly whittle it until it shatters, knocking Mario back. Finally, the kart springs out a pair of wheels from its undercarriage and charges forward, running over Mario, sending him flying before doing the same to Mega Man. With some proper lighting, the figure, Bowser Jr., is seen pumping a fist in the air and cheering; the accompanying caption dictates that "Bowser Jr. clowns the competition!" The trailer then cuts to Bowser Jr. still in the Junior Clown Car, now with gameplay footage showing off the remainder of the menagerie of weapons hidden in it; of note is a move wherein he launches himself out of the clown car, pummeling midair foes with a hammer and his Final Smash in which he transforms into Shadow Mario and paints a massive X on the stage, knocking around foes who touch it before exploding.
As the trailer continues, Mario and Kirby get back upright, but as he recovers, he gapes in shock, seeing Bowser Jr. on the clifftop, chortling as a series of figures appear behind him. Roy, Iggy, Lemmy, Ludwig, Larry, Wendy, and Morton, the seven Koopalings, all arrive to accompany Bowser Jr., all of whom have their own clown cars. The eight villains and the six heroes stare each other down before launching into battle. In the finale of the trailer, a series of videos show Bowser Jr. and the Koopalings working in tandem to attack numerous foes, culminating in a group shot of the eight engaging in antics with one another on Big Battlefield and a parting clip of Bowser Jr. using his own clown car.
Duck Hunt's trailer, titled "One Dog, One Bird, One Zapper" (NTSC)/"An Unlikely Team" (PAL), begins with a round of the classic Duck Hunt game, starting with the cinematic of the dog sniffing out some ducks and leaping into the grass. An unseen player shoots down a duck, which the dog grabs and shows the player; they fail to shoot the second one, though, and the dog breaks into its infamous laugh. The screen darkens and the camera zooms in on the dog, who glances to the side and sees the eight-bit versions of Mario, Link, Pit, Donkey Kong, Samus, and Bowser all confront it.
Mario gestures at the dog, and, in a burst of light, the entire scene is rendered using modern-day graphics as Mario leaps near the grass; his five companions all join him, ready for the dog in the rustling grass. The same dog lunges from the grass with the duck the player failed to shoot down, the duo from Duck Hunt soon facing the screen as the duck lets out a quack. A caption that states that "Duck Hunt takes aim!" startles the pair before the trailer turns into a series of videos in which the dog and duck taunt, strike, and move to the beat of the background music; the trailer also demonstrates how Duck Hunt fight, with both dog and duck landing blows, and some special moves, such as summoning a Wild Gunman to work as a shield and fire shots at opponents and a Smash attack that pauses the video in its tracks as the player from before readies the NES Zapper and lets off a trail of shots.
The trailer proceeds as normally, with the dog, bird, and player all unleashing attacks upon a series of foes, including a snippet that takes place on the dog and duck's signature hunting ground, before culminating in the dog releasing a horde of birds on Mario, Yoshi, and Villager that trap the three in the midst of a barrage by the Wild Gunmen. The trailer ends with a stinger in which the dog and duck high five each other and then laugh at the player aiding them in their smashes.
Mewtwo's trailer, titled "Mewtwo Strikes Back!", starts on a black background while the sound of a heartbeat can be heard. Soon, a monochrome eye opens and jitters around the screen as the heartbeat steadily grows faster. The eye turns purple as the lights rise, revealing Mewtwo. The caption proclaims "Mewtwo Strikes Back!". The remainder of the trailer is gameplay footage highlighting Mewtwo's various moves, including Mega Evolving into Mega Mewtwo Y for its Final Smash, Psystrike.
Lucas's trailer, titled "Lucas Comes Out of Nowhere!", begins with scenes of Ness being beaten up by Mario, Little Mac, Wario, Marth, Villager, Robin, and Donkey Kong in rapid succession, culminating in Ness being sent flying by Bowser. As Ness lies helplessly on the ground, Bowser roars and charges for another attack. The screen cut to black and silence for a few seconds, before a very familiar voice cries "PK Fire!" The screen cuts back to Bowser being hit with the flames and knocked away.
The defender's shoes slide back to a halt and then move to a casual standing position. As a groggy Ness rises, we see the defender is none other than the Mother 3 main character from Brawl: Lucas, who leaps away. The caption declares "Lucas Comes Out of Nowhere!" (a reference to Mother 3's Nowhere Islands, where Lucas is from). Gameplay footage demonstrates Lucas's moves, as well as several snippets that recreate moments from Mother 3.
Roy's trailer, titled "Roy Seals the Deal!", begins with all four Fire Emblem characters (Marth, Ike, Robin, and Lucina) battling each other on Coliseum before they're about to collide with each other. The screen then goes black for a few seconds before a familiar voice says "Don't forget about me!" in Japanese. A very short cinematic scene then shows someone jumping out flames and landing on the same stage that the fighters were on.
That person is then revealed to be Roy. The caption announces that "Roy Seals the Deal!" as he says "I've returned at last!" in Japanese. The trailer then cuts to Roy Koopa taunting, to which Roy knocks away and taunts afterwards, referencing the fact that they share the same name. The gameplay footage is then shown. Afterwords, Roy says (守るべきもののために、負けられない!, Mamorubeki mono no Tame ni, Makerarenai!), translating to "For those I must protect…I cannot lose!"
Ryu's trailer, titled "Here comes a new challenger! RYU.", begins with Ryu declaring (in the form of on-screen text) "I'm looking for a challenge." The opening segment of the trailer is based on the opening screen from Super Street Fighter II. The trailer ends with Ryu declaring "You must defeat my Shoryuken to stand a chance," a reference to his victory quote from Street Fighter II.
Cloud's trailer, titled "Cloud Storms into Battle!", begins with a starry sky (referencing the opening animation to Final Fantasy VII), leading to the Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U logo, followed by an "X" (to signify the crossover), and then showing the Final Fantasy VII logo, all while playing the legendary Final Fantasy VII title music. The trailer then cuts to Cloud on Midgar, showing him at different angles, before finally showing him fully; he then says "Never thought I’d see the day..." in Japanese
The trailer then goes on to show off his moveset, as well as his alternate costume based on Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children, before fading to black; it then cuts to Cloud charging a Limit Break, while saying "Limits are meant to be broken!". The trailer then shows his moveset with the added Limit Break, and then showing off the stage hazards on Midgar, before cutting to a fight between him and Ike (referencing the fight in Cloud’s mind between him and Sephiroth), where it shows Omnislash, Cloud's Final Smash. The trailer ends with a remix of the victory theme from Final Fantasy VII, while also showing off the Chocobo Mii Fighter hat.
One final note is that, at the end of the trailer, where the copyright information is shown, Square Enix's copyright can be seen added in physically. This detail, as well as the opening shot of the fiery Smash symbol, were omitted in the Nintendo Direct that first revealed this trailer.
Corrin's trailer, titled "Corrin Chooses to Smash!", opens with the cutscene of the central plot divergence of Fire Emblem Fates, where Corrin chooses whether to side with Hoshido ("Birthright"), Nohr ("Conquest"), or neither ("Revelations"). In this cutscene, Hoshido is represented by Ryoma, Sakura, Takumi, and Hinoka, while Nohr is represented by Xander, Elise, Camilla, and Fates. Corrin is presented with the three options from Fates, but a fourth option appears labeled "Join the battle in Smash", which he immediately selects; the trailer then cuts to Corrin on Battlefield.
The trailer proceeds to show Corrin's mixture of swordplay with Omega Yato and attacks using Dragon Fang transformations. All throughout, the trailer is narrated by Corrin and the Fates characters from the opening. The trailer also reveals the female Corrin as a costume. At the end, while showing off Torrential Roar, his Final Smash, Corrin declares that his path is "to fight the legendary heroes of Smash".
Bayonetta's trailer, titled "Bayonetta Gets Wicked!", opens with Pit defeating Samus and Bowser on Battlefield, declaring "two down!" Palutena, however, warns him that a challenger is approaching. The camera pans to the large moon behind Battlefield; Bayonetta's voice is heard saying "Oh, another angel? Must've missed one." She then appears from Bat Within in front of the moon and lands on the stage, saying "Let's dance, boy."
The trailer itself shows off Bayonetta's moveset in depth, showing her combo-based gameplay, her Bullet Arts, her special moves, and her Wicked Weaves smash attacks. The trailer has Bayonetta, Pit, Palutena, and Dark Pit narrating throughout, with many references to Bayonetta's games and her battles against angels. The trailer also shows off Bayonetta's access to costumes based on both Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2, and her stage, Umbra Clock Tower. The trailer concludes with Bayonetta declaring, "Enough talk, goddess. Don't mess with a witch." It was the last Character Trailer in 3DS/WiiU era.