Minecraft Steve’s Addition to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Mural Looks Hilariously Out of Place

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Minecraft Steve looks like he’s really confused about appearing in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

As more characters have been added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate over time, Nintendo has continually updated the title’s expansive key art which features all of the fighters in the game. Following the announcement that Minecraft Steve would be the next character added to Ultimate, the key art has once again been updated, but maybe not for the best.

Seen in the video below from the official Super Smash Bros. Twitter account in Japan, Steve has now been added to the ever-expanding mural, but he absolutely does not seem to fit. Steve’s unusual character design when contrasted with every other fighter in the image just does not jive, making him look totally out of place but in the funniest way possible. Even though this image has obviously been created in Photoshop in the first place, Steve looks as though he was merely cut and pasted in.

Perhaps funnier than Steve’s appearance, especially when compared to everyone else in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate mural, comes with how he even is entering the frame. Rather than doing some sort of sick pose like Mario, Link, or Sonic, Steve is simply digging himself out of a hole in the ground and is just standing about looking almost confused. It’s honestly the best thing I think I’ve seen today, so I can’t say I’m complaining that this is how it turned out.

Nintendo and creator Masahiro Sakurai will be sharing more information on Steve’s addition to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this weekend on October 3, so stay tuned until that time to learn more.

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