This is a guide on how to get SP quickly in the World of Light in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Learn about how SP rewards change based on Power and Difficulty, getting SP from battles, the Exploring Activity, and clearing Challenges in the Vault.
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The fastest way to get SP is to complete challenges in the World of Light by equipping Spirits with low Power. The lower your equipped Spirit's power is, the more SP you will get from winning matches.
Be careful though, by doing so, you are putting yourself at a disadvantage. It's best to use this strategy in a 1-on-1 fight, especially when it's a walk-off stage, so you can get easy stocks.
SP is mainly obtained in Spirit Mode. SP can be obtained by clearing battles in World of Light or challenges on the Spirit Board.
In World of Light under the Activities option in the menu you will find the Explore Activity. Here you can assign four of your spirits to search for items.
SP can also be obtained by clearing Challenges in the Vault. The amount of SP depends on the difficulty of the Challenge's conditions.
The numbers recorded below were tested against an enemy of Power 1600 at different difficulty levels and player Spirit Power levels.
SP recieved from battles changes based on the difficulty setting you are playing on.
Player Spirit Power: 0
Enemy Spirit Power 1600
Against a Power 1600 enemy when the player's Spirit's power is 0, you will recieve the most SP on Hard difficulty.
Player Spirit Power: 810
Enemy Spirit Power: 1600
As the player's Power increases, the SP rewarded will become less and less.
Enemy Spirit Power: 1600
|Player Spirit Power||SP Rewarded|
SP recieved changes roughly every 1000 Power. If the player's Power is double or more than the enemy Spirit's power, no SP will be rewarded.
|World of Light Guides|
|Character Locations||Spirit List|
|How to Remove Obstacles in World of Light||World of Light Difficulty Setting Differences|
|Is World of Light Multiplayer?||How to Get Skill Spheres Quickly|
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