Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s big 2.0.0 patch is set to come out sometime in the next few days, within a seven day period.
What the patch will implement, however, is unknown with Nintendo only planning to release the patch notes once the version 2.0.0 update goes live.
Of course even when the update goes live, don’t expect a full list from Nintendo of all the changes. The company is known for hiding details of each of its previous patch from viewers eyes, forcing fans instead to find out exactly what has been changed in-game.
One thing we do know about the patch, however, is that just like with previous patches, any replays you have saved while playing will be deleted once the patch goes live.
If you want to save any of your replays for any videos you might be working on in the future, be sure to go the the Vault option in the main menu, then click “Replays,” “Replay Data” and then Convert the replays you want to keep into Video.
Nintendo has not specified a date when the patch will go live, so be sure to do this as soon as possible as it could arrive as soon as tomorrow or even later today.