Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The first entry in the Nintendo Switch series, arrives this December, meaning dedicated players are looking for a more traditional controller for the fighting game. Fortunately, Performance Designed Products (PDP) recently announced a nearly perfect replica of the GameCube controller, which will be released later this year. It even includes some enhancements that make it perfect for Super Smash Bros.
PDP's GameCube controllers will be available in three designs, each crafted after some of Nintendo's most recognizable characters: the Mario version comes in red, Pikachu in yellow and The Link of Legend of Zelda receives a blue model. Connected to the switch via a 1
The best parts, however, are the settings from the original GameCube. The right analogue stick is on loan from the Xbox One's Elite Controller and can be swapped out so players can choose either a full-size stick on the left side or the smaller C-stick style from the GameCube era ,
The other major change is that the PDP version has four dedicated shoulder buttons for the switch hardware: ZL, L, ZR, and R. This not only suits better modern fighting games than the GameCube game. Trio L, R, and Z keys, but it also means that the controller is compatible with other switch titles.
PDP has not released pricing information or an exact release date for the controller, but it is a safe bet that it will be available from the launch on December 7 of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate .