The newest update for Project M, a fan-developed mod for Super Smash Bros. Brawl that aims to make the game more competitively viable, has now been released. Project M 3.6 Beta is now available for download on the official site’s download page. In the post announcing the update’s release, it was explained that this release was labeled as a beta to avoid changing the version number after any remaining bugs were found by players and patched out. The newest update brings with it new character skins, music and sound effects, stages, and a variety of changes to character balance and miscellaneous features.

Some notable additions in this version are the new stages, including the original Bowser’s Castle and Delfino’s Secret stages as well as retextured versions of Peach’s Castle and Saffron City from the original Super Smash Bros. on Nintendo 64. New alternate costumes have been added for a few characters, such as ROB, Samus, and Charizard, among others. There is also a new game mode, called “0 to Death Mode”, in which a character’s damage will be reset if they avoid being hit for long enough.

There are a variety of other changes, as well, and those interested can see the full change list here.

You can check out the release trailer above, and let us know what you think about this update in the comments below.

Source: Project M Official Site

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