Nintendo has unveiled new DLCs for its crossover fighting game "Super Smash Bros."

The latest content updates feature two new stages as well as character costume packs, Eurogamer reported.

The highlight of Nintendo's new line of releases is the integration of the "Super Mario Maker" game into "Super Smash Bros." This game was launched by Nintendo earlier in September and provided gamers with the opportunity to unleash their creativity by customizing their own "Super Mario" levels. It was designed exclusively to work with the Wii U platform's GamePad.

The new "Super Smash Bros." stage, which was named after the "Super Mario Maker" game, depicts a human hand creating and customizing the level during matches. The hand is present throughout the entire match to fix the levels and add new elements to them.

The "Super Mario Maker" stage can be purchased for the 3DS and Wii U versions of "Super Smash Bros." for $2.49 each. For owners of both gaming systems, they can get both versions of the DLC as a bundle for $3.49.

The second stage unveiled by Nintendo is the "Pirate Ship" level. As noted by Cinema Blend, this stage is based on the one featured in 2008's "Super Smash Bros. Brawl." However, this DLC is only available for the Wii U platform and can be purchased for $1.99.

These two levels are the latest stages added by Nintendo to the "Super Smash Bros." game. In June of this year, the developer released another set of stages dubbed as "Peach's Castle" and "Hyrule Castle."

Aside from the stages, Nintendo also released a new set of costumes for the game's Mii characters. These include business suits, the hat and outfit of the Toad character, the wig and costume of Viridi from "Kid Icarus: Uprising," armors from "Monster Hunter 4," the Fox hat and outfit and the helmet and suit of Captain Falcon.

Each costume can be purchased for the 3DS and Wii U versions of "Super Smash Bros." for $0.75. Gamers can also get their hands on the new costumes packs for the two platforms for $1.75.

Although "Super Smash Bros." for the Wii U and 3DS platforms came out in 2014, Nintendo is still dedicated to releasing new content for the game. As previously stated by the company, it will continue to develop and launch new updates for the game until March of next year before ending its support for the game.