Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is still a few months away, but the leaks keep coming. The latest details to spill out of the Nintendo vault focus on some of the new costumes your favorite characters will wear in the upcoming game. That may not sound like a huge deal, but trust us when we saw that some of these costumes are pretty awesome.

The latest Smash Bros. Ultimate leak comes courtesy of Nintendo’s own press server, suggesting the company should get an official announcement before too long. But thanks to ComicBook, we can all take an early look at Pikachu dressed up like a luchador, along with eight other character variations.

Other notable character costumes in the Smash Bros. Ultimate leak include Ridley in some sort of mechanized suit, two new versions of Mario from Super Mario Odyssey and Mario Maker, and a new version of Yoshi to match the upcoming Nintendo Switch game. Plus smaller changes for popular characters like Link, Bayonetta, and Ike.

Check out the full leak in the images below.

Pikachu goes lucha in Smash Bros. Ultimate
Pikachu goes lucha in *Smash Bros. Ultimate*
Ridley looks even scarier than usual in this 'Smash Bros. Ultimate' leak.
Ridley looks even scarier than usual in this 'Smash Bros. Ultimate' leak.
Check out Link's new look in 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate'
Check out Link's new look in 'Super Smash Bros. Ultimate'
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Mario is ready for his big wedding.
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Mario Maker joins the fight?
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Inklings in action
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"We like Ike!"
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Bayonetta is back!
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Be careful with that flaming sword, Corrin.
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Nope (Wii Fit Trainer)

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features the biggest roster yet, bringing back every old character from every previous game while also adding a handful of new ones. Rumor has it we could get even more additions to the lineup before Ultimate officially launches later this year, and paid extras that come out post-release could bring additional fighters after that.

The upcoming game also features a massive selection of stages to choose from, along with new Assist Trophies (now you can attack them), a new fake-out Smash Ball that explodes instead of unlocking your Final Smash, and more. This game can’t come soon enough, but until it does these Smash Bros. Ultimate leaks will have to do.

**Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches December 7 for Nintendo Switch.