April 17 is a big day for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. In addition to launching a new paid DLC character, Joker, the update adds a stage-builder and video editor. That’s not all. The update also makes changes to the Smash World hub on the Nintendo Switch Online mobile app.
With the new update, players will be able to take a look at new user-made videos and custom stages that the community creates using the video editor and stage builder. Perhaps the best thing about the update is that you’ll be able to view community-created stages and then click a button to queue them up to download on your home console. What’s more, stages can be rated, so theoretically the best ones should surface to the top.
The Nintendo Switch Online app, which requires a paid subscription, also allows players to use voice chat. You can check out the new features in the video above; skip to 13:46 to see what’s new for the Smash World hub on the app.