Friday, 19 October, 2018

Super Smash Bros is coming to Nintendo Switch

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Theresa Hayes | 10 March, 2018, 02:52

A new Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch this year, Nintendo has announced. The June date is a worldwide release date, and we should expect Nintendo to confirm this date late on today during their Nintendo Direct show. In fact it seems that in the trailer above, there will be songs from Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2, further tying the game with some of Nintendo's more recent and successful launches. It's all quite dramatic. The announcement trailer dropped the end of a new Nintendo Direct, and it features absolutely no gameplay footage at all. I've played the Wii U version and it's very fun to play.

While the official website doesn't offer any new information just yet, it does contain a nifty version of the teaser reveal, should you want to relive the magic of the video once more.

The first aspect is that there is a "working title" for this Smash Bros. for Switch game.

Finally, Phantasy Star Online 2: Cloud, announced past year, got an update: It will include Breath of the Wild costumes and equipment.

In the press release, the gaming giant referred to the new title as Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros. and mentioned about the teaser video below that "recognizable faces like Mario, Link and the Inklings from the Splatoon series". Of course, there's also the Crash Bandicoot N Sane trilogy. Both games will release this spring, with South Park: The Fractured But Whole set to debut on Nintendo's hybrid starting April 24th, while Little Nightmares will be available starting May 18th. The game is getting its first paid DLC and, surprisingly enough, it's a single-player story mode. Hidden away in the shadow of the flames, you can see the silhouettes of other fighters who should be returning to Super Smash Bros. Let us know your thoughts down below! While some fans were satisfied with the amount of Mario games coming to their consoles, the unanimous fan-favourite was the revelation of an upcoming Super Smash Bros. game.