"Super Smash Bros." leaks have recently come out about the remaining four of its five post-launch DLC fighters. Apparently, Bethesda, Koei Tecmo, Mojang and Square Enix will be able to send their representatives to the famous Nintendo fighting game. Here’s what we know so far about the leaks.

According to ScreenRant, a “proven tipster” has reached out to them about a "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" teaser regarding four of the five DLC fighters. This tipster said that the main "Persona 5" character was being added to "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" before the character’s confirmation at the recent Game Awards 2018 last December. The leak mentioned that the four added characters will be Doom Slayer from "Doom," Steve from "Minecraft," Ryu Hayabusa from "Ninja Gaiden" and Erdrick from "Dragon Quest."

Looking at the "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" leak list, Doom Slayer and Steve seem to be unlikely picks as most of the added roster could come from under Nintendo’s famous titles or a tie-in with another Japanese game developer. Many series fans have called out for the indie game character, Shovel Knight, to be included as a playable character, but it has only been added in as an unplayable Assist Trophy side character. Seeing Bethesda’s space soldier and Microsoft’s block builder would definitely be surprising for many of its fans.

Meanwhile, "Ninja Gaiden’s" Ryu Hayabusa is speculated to be included in "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" as part of 30th anniversary of Hayabusa’s home franchise. However, the first "Ninja Gaiden" on the NES was released in October 1988, which means we’ll have to wait for at least half a year to see if the leaks are right about him.

Lastly, Erdrick from the "Dragon Quest" series has been the central hero and a recurring name mentioned throughout its iterations over the years. This character is speculated to be added in "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" not only to surprise the fans with a "Dragon Quest" character, but also to further promote the franchise in the west. Similar to the "Final Fantasy" series, "Dragon Quest" is one of the largest Japanese role-playing games in the market, though it is not as immensely popular as "Final Fantasy" outside of Japan.

"Smash Ultimate" director Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed five post-release DLC characters during the last November’s Smash Direct. Excluding the free Piranha Plant DLC, the added characters are five, with "Persona 5’s" Joker already taking the last spot. The release dates for these content are yet to come, but there are plenty of events, like the upcoming Evo Japan 2019 in February and the staple E3 2019, to see these other characters announced soon.