SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE: Latest Update Has Changed The Controversial Win Pose For MINECRAFT's Steve

SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE: Latest Update Has Changed The Controversial Win Pose For MINECRAFT's Steve SUPER SMASH BROS. ULTIMATE: Latest Update Has Changed The Controversial Win Pose For MINECRAFT's Steve

The latest update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has changed a controversial win pose for Minecraft's Steve, by removing a certain item that was rather suggestive.

By JoshBerger - Oct 22, 2020 04:10 PM EST
Filed Under: Nintendo
Source: Comicbook

Earlier this month, Nintendo surprised fans by revealing that Mojang Studios' critically acclaimed, and best-selling Minecraft series was finally getting a crossover with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate; with Steve, Alex, Zombie, and Enderman becoming available at a later date.

Minecraft characters had been heavily requested by Super Smash Bros. fans for quite a while now, so the announcement was like a dream come true for fans of both series; a dream that was finally fulfilled last Tuesday, actually, when Challenger Pack #7 was released.

Now that fans have had a bit over a week to play as Steve and the resto of the Minecraft characters, they were quick to notice something that was rather suggestive. It turns out that Steve's victory pose when winning a match had him eating a piece of meat, that he then stops eating and proceeds to hold in his hand.

The problem is where he actually holds his, well, meat. And this has actually caused such controversy. While I personally didn't see it until it was brought to my attention, with some clever editing it can look rather naughty, which is exactly what the internet wasted no time in doing.

Nintendo has recently fixed the problem with the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Version 9.0.1, in which they decided to get rid of Steve's meat. Yes, he's no longer suggestively holding his meat. You just can't make this up.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is currently available exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

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