Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages - All New Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages - All New Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages

Here's your complete guide to the Super Smash Bros Ultimate stages, including lists of both new and returning stages alike.

All in all, there are well over 100 total stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, although there are multiple versions of some stages. In this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate stages guide, we'll be walking you through a complete and comprehensive Super Smash Bros. Ultimate stages list, outlining which of the stages are brand new, and which are returning from past Smash games.

But, if you instead need any additional help with the latest entry in the Smash Bros franchise, you’ll want to head over to our Super Smash Bros Ultimate guides hub. Here you can find a full beginner’s guide to the game, as well as a complete list of essential tips and tricks.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Stages List

Throughout the guide below, we’ll be compiling a complete list of every single stage featured in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Since putting them all into one long list would be a bit messy, we’ll be dividing them up into ‘New’ and ‘Returning’ stages, and then dividing up the latter stages by the previous Smash games that they’re returning from.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate New Stages

Firstly then, the brand new stages that are featured in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. The stages below come in all different shapes and sizes, and come from recent Nintendo Switch games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2.

  • Battlefield
  • Big Battlefield
  • Dracula’s Castle (Castlevania)
  • Final Destination
  • New Donk City (Super Mario Odyssey)
  • Moray Towers (Splatoon 2)
  • Great Plateau Tower (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Returning Stages

In the following section of our guide to the stages in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, you’ll find lists of the stages that are returning from previous games. We’ll be noting which games they’re returning from, and the first list immediately below are stages that returning from Super Smash Bros for Wii U.

  • Town and City (Animal Crossing)
  • Umbra Tower Clock (Bayonetta)
  • Duck Hunt (Duck Hunt)
  • Midgar (Final Fantasy 7)
  • Coliseum (Fire Emblem)
  • Flat Zone X
  • Gamer (Game and Wario)
  • Palutena’s Temple (Kid Icarus)
  • The Great Cave Offensive (Kirby)
  • Mario Circuit (Mario Kart 8)
  • Wily Castle (Mega Man)
  • Pac-Land (Pac-Man)
  • Garden of Hope (Pikmin)
  • Pilotwings (Pilotwings)
  • Kalos Pokemon League (Pokemon League)
  • Boxing Ring (Punch Out!)
  • Windy Hill Zone (Sonic)
  • Suzaku Castle (Street Fighter)
  • Mario Galaxy (Super Mario Bros)
  • Mushroom Kingdom U (Super Mario Bros)
  • Super Mario Maker (Super Mario Maker)
  • Skyloft (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
  • Wii Fit Studio
  • Wrecking Crew
  • Wuhu Island
  • Gaur Plain (Xenoblade)

Next up, you can find below a complete list of stages that come from Super Smash Bros for 3DS.

  • Tortimer Island (Animal Crossing)
  • Balloon Fight (Balloon Fight)
  • Magicant (Earthbound)
  • Mute City SNES (F-Zero)
  • Arena Ferox (Fire Emblem)
  • Reset Bomb Forest (Kid Icarus)
  • Dream Land GB (Kirby)
  • Living Room (Nintendogs)
  • Paper Mario (Paper Mario)
  • Pictochat 2
  • Prism Tower (Pokemon)
  • Unova Pokemon League (Pokemon)
  • StreetPass Quest
  • 3D Land (Super Mario Bros)
  • Golden Plains (Super Mario Bros)
  • Gerudo Valley (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Spirit Train (The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks)
  • Tomodachi Life

Below, you can find a complete list of stages for Super Smash Bros Ultimate that first debuted back in Super Smash Bros Brawl.

  • Smashville (Animal Crossing)
  • 75 m (Donkey Kong)
  • New Pork City (Earthbound)
  • Electroplankton Hanenbow
  • Port Town Arena Dive (F-Zero)
  • Castle Siege (Fire Emblem)
  • Summit (Ice Climber)
  • Skyworld (Kid Icarus)
  • Halberd (Kirby)
  • Luigi’s Mansion (Luigi’s Mansion)
  • Figure-8 Circuit (Mario Kart)
  • Shadow Moses Island (Metal Gear Solid)
  • Frigate Orpheon (Metroid)
  • Norfair (Metroid)
  • Distant Planet (Pikmin)
  • Pokemon Stadium 2 (Pokemon)
  • Spear Pillar (Pokemon)
  • Green Hill Zone (Sonic)
  • Lylat Castle (Star Fox)
  • Delfino Plaza (Super Mario Bros)
  • Mario Bros (Super Mario Bros)
  • Mushroomy Kingdom (Super Mario Bros)
  • Bridge of Eldin (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Pirate Ship (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Warioware, Inc.
  • Yoshi’s Island (Yoshi’s Island)

In the next list, you can find all the stages that are making their return from Super Smash Bros Melee.

  • Jungle Japes (Donkey Kong)
  • Kongo Falls (Donkey Kong)
  • Fourside (Earthbound)
  • Onett (Earthbound)
  • Big Blue (F-Zero)
  • Fountain of Dreams (Kirby)
  • Green Greens (Kirby)
  • Brinstar of Depths (Metroid)
  • Brinstar (Metroid)
  • Pokemon Stadium (Pokemon)
  • Corneria (Star Fox)
  • Venom (Star Fox)
  • Mushroom Kingdom 2 (Super Mario Bros)
  • Princess Peach’s Castle (Super Mario Bros)
  • Rainbow Cruise (Super Mario Bros)
  • Green Bay (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Temple (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Yoshi’s Island (Yoshi’s Island)
  • Yoshi’s Story (Yoshi)

And last but not least, you can find a list of the handful of stages that are making their return in Super Smash Bros Ultimate, from all the way back when they first debuted in the original Super Smash Bros.

  • Kongo Jungle (Donkey Kong)
  • Dream Land (Kirby)
  • Saffron City (Pokemon)
  • Mushroom Kingdom (Super Mario Bros)
  • Peach’s Castle (Super Mario Bros)
  • Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Super Happy Tree (Yoshi)

This brings to a close our complete guide to all the stages that can be found and played with Super Smash Bros Ultimate. Now that we’re all done here, why not head over to either our Super Smash Bros characters guide, or our Super Smash Bros DLC guide.

Hirun Cryer

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Hirun Cryer is by far the most juvenile member of USgamer. He's so juvenile, that this is his first full-time job in the industry, unlike literally every other person featured on this page. He's written for The Guardian, Paste Magazine, and Kotaku, and he likes waking up when the sun rises and roaming the nearby woods with the bears and the wolves.

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