SNK’s Terry Bogard is live as of now in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For a full break down of the patch 6.0 notes, including character changes, you can go here. While you can purchase the Terry content separately, it’s also included in the Fighters Pass.
Included with the content is a new stage based on the King of Fighters series. For the first time in a Smash stage, the sides of the screen are blocked by an invisible barrier, like in most fighting games. If a character would be launched far enough to send them past the blast zone, they will break through the barrier. If not, they’ll simply bounce off.
The stage shows various SNK fighters including Geese Howard, Blue Mary, Ralf and Clark from Ikari Warriors, and Athena Asamiya from Psycho Soldier. Sakurai commented that a particular fan favorite character, Mai Shiranui, was missing from the roster of guests in the background. He noted (in a very knowing manner) that this is because Smash Bros. is a series “for good boys and girls of all ages.”
As with every stage, there’s also a list of songs including tracks from various SNK games, including Metal Slug. Apparently the development team ‘narrowed down’ a list of 50 tracks and expected SNK to approve about 20 of them. SNK's reply to what they could use? "OK!"
The pack also comes with another set of DLC Spirits with a special board that features artwork from the iconic train stage from older Fatal Fury games.
Sold separately from the fighters pass are new Mii Fighter costumes. Returning from Super Smash Bros. for Wii-U and 3DS are the Akira and Jacky brawler skins from Virtua Fighters. New skins are Samurai Showdown’s Nakoruru for Mii sword fighter, Art of Fighting’s Ryo Sakazaki for Mii brawler, and King of Fighters’ Iori Yagami, also for Mii brawler. They are available for 75 cents each.