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Minecraft Steve Is Officially Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Best Character

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With a whopping 89 different playable characters to choose from, debates surrounding who the best character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is will likely rage on until the next Game comes out. However, a large group of pro players have come together in an attempt to create the Game's first official tier list, ranking every single character and how viable they are in Game.

UltRank reached out to 155 Smash Bros. Ultimate players who featured on several top 101 leaderboards across the globe, with 71 choosing to participate. These players were then asked for their opinions on different characters and told to give them a rank, as well as a top five list of characters they considered to be the best. While only 73 percent of these players ranked every character, almost everyone ranked three quarters of them, leading to the first "official" tier list that you can find embedded below.

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Right off the bat, you'll notice that Steve from Minecraft is the character that most pros consider the best, with Pyra & Mythra from the Xenoblade series in second and Joker from persona 5 in third. It wasn't even close either, as a whopping 41 of the 71 pros surveyed picked Steve as their number one, with the runner-up being Sonic the Hedgehog who was picked by just 11. However, Pyra & Mythra were apparently the most agreed upon character, with the majority of pro players putting them in the high S rank tier.

As for the other end of the table, Little Mac and Ganondorf mains should look away now as they were easily voted as the worst characters in the Game. Ganondorf was picked dead last by 54 of the 68 players that evaluated him, while Little Mac was very close to becoming the unanimous pick for second worst. You can't win em all, eh?

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