Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Glitch In Version 1.2.0 Gives An Infinite Spawning Of Assists

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1.2.0 update just rolled out with some improvements and new changes but also with a glitch that gives an infinite spawning of assists. That might excite some gamers but, in reality, the bug is crashing the game.

As we’ve reported already in a recently posted article, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1.2.0 version, which is first post-release update, came out with stability and performance improvements, as well as with game balance adjustments and some bug fixes. However, it also rolled out with a new glitch that, when triggered, gives an endless spawning of assists.

Besides, several characters, such as Link, Donkey Kong, Kirby, Luigi, Ice Climbers, Young Link, Olimar, Toon Link, Villager, Greninja, PAC-MAN, Duck Hunt, and Isabelle received several updates and fixes. And, by the way, the new glitch is all about Isabelle. Here’s how to make the infinite spawning of assists happen thanks to the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1.2.0 bug.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Glitch In Version 1.2.0 Gives An Infinite Spawning Of Assists

To trigger the glitch, you should fight with Isabelle against Isabelle and make them both hook in an assist trophy using the fishing rod special move. If the timing is correct, then an infinite spawning of assists would happen. However, that’s not as cool as it sounds because it could cause the game to freeze, as reported by Eurogamer.

The Redditor TheAfrowJow discovered the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate 1.2.0 glitch which has been explored since then with the 59-strong roster of assist trophy characters, including the Waluigi, the fans favorite. However, the bug would eventually be fixed by Nintendo.

In other news, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a successful title for Nintendo Switch, as it has broken all the records in Japan since it rolled out on December 7th, 2018. Also, the recently released 1.2.0 update brought some significant changes and improvements.

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