Sonic Lost World was released in Japan today and to go along with this monumental release, Masahiro Sakurai has revealed that one of the new stages for Super Smash Bros. will feature a zone from the game. Wind Hill stage joins the list of stages that are confirmed such as Metroid: Other M and Pilot Wings.
The above screenshots was officially unveiled on Miiverse with the following statement by Sakurai:
“Sonic: Lost World is out in Japan today! The Windy Hill area can also be seen in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U…but I can’t tell you all the details yet!”
What do you think of the stage reveal? Are you excited to play in Windy Hill? Let us know in the comments.
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