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Battlefield is a recurring stage within the Super Smash Bros. series, appearing in every installment to date. The stage has been designed specially for the Super Smash Bros. series and does not originate from any other Nintendo franchise. Battlefield is a floating stage consisting of a large floor platform and three smaller pass-through platforms hovering above it. The stage does not have any hazards, like Final Destination, which allows players to solely concentrate on the fight. The design has changed in each installment, with early appearances having it in a dark void and later ones in scenic floating ruins.
Super Smash Bros. Melee is the first game to feature Battlefield as a selectable stage. It can be unlocked by completing All-Star mode on any difficulty. In addition, the Fighting Wire Frames as well as the metal enemies are battled on it.
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Battlefield returns as a default stage. The stage now takes a natural green landscape as opposed to the abstract background in the previous games. It also features a day and night system that changes the time of day as the battle goes on. The stage is once again the location where the Fighting Alloy Team is battled.
The Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U variations of this stage take a lot from the design of the Super Smash Bros. Brawl version, as it is in a natural green landscape and features a day and night system that changes as the battle goes on, but the background has been improved slightly. The 3DS version's background consists of several jagged, slanted mountains jutting out from the clouds, while the Wii U version features several floating islands of old, broken architecture covered in small plant life, with a visible moon the center. Additionally, the Wii U version has a larger variant named Big Battlefield designed for 8-player matches, though it can still be used by less players. The platforms are arranged similarly to a pyramid and there are three additional platforms. The Ω form of Battlefield removes the pass-through platforms, although the day and night cycle still occurs. This stage shares its Ω form with Big Battlefield.
The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate variation bears a close resemblance to its predecessor, with similarly styled platforms and main arena. Instead of ruined structures, buildings still intact as well as many waterfalls can be seen in the background. Big Battlefield returns as well. Additionally, every stage in the game includes a Battlefield form, which changes the layout of each stage to resemble Battlefield. In the version 8.1 update released on August 4, 2020, Small Battlefield was added, which features only two platforms, making its layout similar to that of Pokémon Stadium. The update also added the ability to play any song in the game on all three variations of Battlefield as well as on Final Destination.
In Super Smash Bros. Melee, the unlock match for Falco takes place here. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, the unlock match for Duck Hunt takes place here. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, the unlock match for Ryu takes place here.
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