Disney Domination: More Images of ‘Smash Bros. Killer’ Surface, It’s Claimed
In March, imagery surfaced revealing shots of what was allegedly ‘Disney Domination’, a game that’s being described as a Super Smash Bros. killer. In this original leak, we saw shots of Disney characters from almost every sub-franchise, including the likes of Thanos, Mickey Mouse, Peter Griffin, Spider-Man, and Woody.
Now, it seems that another leak has hit the web, as a post on Reddit has surfaced with extra – uncorroborated – details about Disney Domination, including a string of images much like the first leak that occurred several weeks ago.
Will Disney Domination Wipe Out Smash Bros.?
In the post on Reddit, several details were revealed about the Disney Domination project, but it’s worth stressing that at present, they’re unverified:
Disney Domination will feature up to 55 characters at launch, spread across a single-player campaign that features 60 stages.
There will be ‘so many’ online modes, including 12-player online battles, voice chat battles, ‘Disney Dominion’, missions, and more.
There will be a ‘Lounge’ in Disney Domination where players can go to share custom stages and other content.
It will boast a unique art style that ‘looks like something out of Unreal Engine 5’, and it’s supposed to be ‘edgy’.
Reportedly, it’s being developed by Square Enix, but that’s totally unconfirmed.
This post went on to explain that the game has been in development since 2018 and it apparently boasts a ‘AAA budget’. In the fresh images that were leaked, we see a character called Ultra Flame Face destroying a planet, Woody looking terrified, Donald Duck raging, and Thanos potentially fighting… Peter Griffin?
In the past, we’ve seen mention of other characters surfacing in the game – Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Mulan, Hulk, and dozens more. An older leak discussed that it started out as a passion project built by a team of 25 people, but this number swelled with backing and was increased to a team made up of 240 developers.
Could Disney Domination be a true and viable competitor to Super Smash Bros? It’s worth stressing that, at present, this report is still uncorroborated and should be taken with a pinch of salt, but it would be great for a true competitor to be developed, right? It’s reportedly aiming for a release window in the second half of 2024, so if it’s going to be announced, it’ll be very soon.