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In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Mii Fighters are able to be customized with different outfits. The following is a list of different hats and outfits a Mii Fighter can equip. The games will also include DLC hats and outfits.

Hats

Mii Brawler Outfits

  • Biker Gear
  • Fighter Uniform
  • Mecha Suit
  • Protective Gear
  • Standard Outfit
  • Tracksuit
  • Vampire Outfit
  • Smash T-Shirt
  • Smash Hoodie
  • Business Suit
  • Bionic Armor
  • Akira Yuki Costume (Virtua Fighter)
  • Jacky Bryant Costume (Virtua Fighter)
  • Heihachi Mishima Costume (Tekken)
  • Flying Man Costume (EarthBound)
  • King K. Rool Costume (Donkey Kong)
  • Captain Falcon Costume (F-Zero)
  • Toad Costume (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Knuckles Costume (Sonic The Hedgehog)

Mii Swordsman Outfits

  • Cybernetic Suit
  • Neon Suit
  • Ninja Outfit
  • Pirate Outfit
  • Plate Armor
  • Samurai Armor
  • Standard Outfit
  • Smash T-Shirt
  • Cat Suit
  • Smash Hoodie
  • Business Suit
  • Link Costume (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Dunban Costume (Xenoblade Chronicles)
  • Zero Costume (Mega Man)
  • Lloyd Irving Costume (Tales of Symphonia)
  • Chrom Costume (Fire Emblem)
  • Black Knight Costume (Fire Emblem)
  • Hunter Mail (Monster Hunter)
  • Rathalos Armor (Monster Hunter)
  • Viridi Costume (Kid Icarus)
  • Gil Costume (Tower of Druaga)
  • Ashley Costume (WarioWare, Inc.)
  • Takamaru Costume (The Mysterious Murasame Castle)

Mii Gunner Outfits

  • High-Tech Armor
  • Wild West Wear
  • Fancy Suit
  • Steampunk Outfit
  • Dragon Armor
  • Mage Outfit
  • Smash T-Shirt
  • Bear Suit
  • Smash Hoodie
  • Business Suit
  • X Costume (Mega Man)
  • Proto Man Costume (Mega Man)
  • Isabelle Costume (Animal Crossing)
  • Inkling Costume (Splatoon)
  • MegaMan.EXE Costume (Mega Man)
  • K.K. Slider Costume (Animal Crossing)
  • Samus Aran Costume (Metroid)
  • Fox McCloud Costume (Star Fox)
  • Geno Costume (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Tails Costume (Sonic The Hedgehog)

Downloadable Outfits

Currently, five downloadable bundles have been released, with a sixth planned for release on February 2, 2016. Each costume can be purchased separately, costing $0.75 for one version and $1.15 for both versions, with the exception of K.K. Slider, which is free with Patch Update 1.1.0.

Bundle 1

Bundle 1 was released on April 15, 2015, costing $6.00 for one version of the game and $9.20 for both.

All

Brawler

Swordfighter

Gunner

Bundle 2

Bundle 2 was released on June 14, 2015, costing $6.00 for one version and $9.20 for both.

All

Brawler

Swordfighter

Gunner

Bundle 3

Bundle 3 was released on July 31, 2015, costing $6.00 for one version and $9.20 for both.

All

Brawler

Swordfighter

Gunner

Bundle 4

Bundle 4 was released on September 30, 2015, costing $5.25 for one version and $8.05 for both.

All

Brawler

Swordfighter

Gunner

Bundle 5

Bundle 5 was released on December 15, 2015, costing $1.50 for one version and $2.30 for both versions.

All

Gunner

Bundle 6

Bundle 6 is set to be released on February 3, 2016, costing $4.50 for one version and $6.90 for both versions.

Brawler

Swordfighter

Gunner

Trivia

  • The store image for the Akira outfit features a Mii Brawler battling a Metal Wii Fit Trainer. Her metal appearance here is a reference to Dural, the final boss of every single Virtua Fighter game to date (with Dural's appearance always being that of a metallic woman).
  • Ryu's reveal trailer ends with him clashing with a Brawler dressed in the Heihachi outfit, referencing the earlier crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken. Mega Man and Pac-Man were also playable in that game, abelit with Mega Man in a more comical form and Pac-Man riding a hollowed out Mokujin.
  • The store page for the Lloyd outfit features a shot of a Mii performing the Chakram special move while wearing the outfit, referencing Lloyd's close friend Colette, who also fought with Chakram as both slashing and throwing weapons. Another shot shows a Lloyd Mii with brown eyes standing next to another Mii dressed in the full Lloyd set but with blue eyes. The blue-eyed Lloyd Mii may be a reference to Decus from the sequel Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World, who disguised himself as Lloyd, and had blue eyes in his undisguised form.

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