Wii Fit Trainer has made a triumphant return in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. With a few tweaks and changes since their last appearance, it’s essential for players to familiarize themselves with the new features to stay ahead of the game. To help you out, we have put together this comprehensive guide to the Super Smash Bros Ultimate Wii Fit Trainer. We will cover all the changes made, the Wii Fit Final Smash, and the Alternate Costumes available for players to choose from.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Wii Fit Trainer in Focus
Wii Fit Trainer has quickly become a cult favorite since their appearance in SSB4. However, there have been several changes and rebalancing for all characters in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Here’s everything you need to know:
Wii Fit Trainer Moves Set and Final Smash
Just when you thought Super Smash Bros Ultimate couldn’t get any weirder, the Wii Fit Trainer steps in as a fighter. Check out the table below to see the complete moveset for the Wii Fit Trainer in the game.
|Special Move Controls||Special Type||Special Move Name|
|BNeutral Special||Sun Salutation|
|Left Stick Left/Right + B||Green Missile||Header|
|Left Stick Up + B||Up Special||Super Hoop|
|Left Stick Down + B||Down Special||Deep Breathing|
|B when FS Meter is Full||Final Smash||Wii Fit|
How to Unlock Wii Fit Trainer in Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Unlocking characters in Super Smash Bros Ultimate follows the same process for all fighters, unlike previous Smash games with character-specific challenges. While it may take some time, all you need to do is play the game naturally, and eventually, you’ll unlock all the characters, including Wii Fit Trainer. Here are the three ways to unlock characters in Super Smash Bros Ultimate:
- Playing the World of Light single-player mode.
- Completing Classic Mode with a character.
- Winning the ‘Challenger Approaches’ fights that appear regularly.
The fastest method involves regularly reloading the game to trigger the Challenger Fights. Here’s how you can do it:
- Quit to the home screen and restart the game.
- Create a match with a custom rule set.
- Ensure the match is 1 minute long or 1 stock if you prefer.
- After finishing the match, you will be offered a new Challenger Fight.
- Win the Challenger fight.
- Repeat the process.
For more detailed information on unlocking characters, check out our comprehensive Super Smash Bros Ultimate Character Unlock Guide.
Wii Fit Trainer Changes in Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Several subtle changes have been made to Wii Fit Trainer since their last appearance. These include alterations to animations, moveset adjustments, and even improvements in damage output and speed. Here are the changes we’ve noticed so far:
- Tweaked animations, including jumpsquat, header, Neutral Attack, and Wii Fit.
- Minor alterations to the Final Smash.
- Increased speed in dash and movement in the air.
- Removal of the lens glare effect from Sun Salutation.
Wii Fit Trainer Alternate Costumes
Similar to other fighters in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Wii Fit Trainer has a range of Alternate Costumes. These color swaps include green, orange, and yellow variations. Additionally, there is a male trainer variant with the same color palette. Take a look at some of the Alternate Costumes in the images below:
Wii Fit Trainer Final Smash
Wii Fit Trainer retains the same Final Smash as in SSB4. It’s called Wii Fit, but there have been a few minor visual changes. The move now has the potential to KO opponents.
That concludes our guide on Wii Fit Trainer in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. We will continue to update this guide with more details as they become available. For more information on other aspects of Super Smash Bros Ultimate, head over to our Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Guides hub. You’ll find trailers, insights into the Ridley amiibo, and much more.