Super Smash Bros Is Finally Coming to Nintendo Switch


Super Smash Bros Nintendo Switch was one of the biggest announcements during the Nintendo Direct yesterday. Actually, though, you should know about Nintendo's brawler fighting game series, in which popular characters from Nintendo's most successful game franchises battle it out in whimsical, platform-filled arenas.

Sakurai, who has famously worked on every Smash Brothers game so far, took to Twitter to announce and explain his involvement with next Smash Brothers game.

Based on the teaser trailer, we know that the Inklings from Splatoon will be arriving and so well iconic Nintendo characters like Link and Mario. "Please look forward to new information and when the title goes on sale!" Regardless of potential serious health risk, Sakurai is back and so is Smash Brothers, and the world can not wait.

None of the characters may be considered as surprise additions, as they have all already appeared in previous Super Smash Bros. titles. With 2018's first quarter already coming to a close, a new Smash Brothers can not be more than nine months away.

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Forbes' Paul Tassi, meanwhile, went on to speculate new characters that may be added to the Super Smash Bros. roster.

Masahiro Sakurai, the creator of the Super Smash Bros. series, confirmed that he is working on the Nintendo Switch version of the franchise.

Nintendo will also continue to support its handheld console, the 3DS, with an unexpected port of Luigi's Mansion - a game originally launched with the GameCube in 2001 - and an expanded version of Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.