Omega (Ω) stages (also called flat stages or Final Destination stages) are a new feature in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Ω stages provide the same competitive feel found on Final Destination and applies to mostly any other stage in the game. Extra platforms and stage hazards are removed from Ω stages. Ω stages are the stages used in For Glory mode, but can be played in VS Mode by pressing X on the stage select screen.

Ω stages are not structurally identical. Some Ω stages have no area underneath, such as Dream Land, while others are thinner platforms, such as Delfino Plaza. This discrepancy can affect character recovery capabilities.

Ω Stages render almost any stage legal in tournaments, although some tournaments have banned them.

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate however, all Ω stages are identical in structure, similar to Final Destination, making almost all of the Ω stages legal for tournaments.



Wii U


  • Suzaku Castle is the only stage that has interactive objects (the signs) as an Omega Stage, although this is used for aesthetic purposes.
  • Like the original, Super Mario Maker's Omega version changes graphical styles during gameplay, though this does not affect the layout of the stage.