Published: Sat, March 10, 2018
Sci-tech | By Brandy Patterson

Super Smash Bros. teased for Nintendo Switch with dramatic trailer

Super Smash Bros. teased for Nintendo Switch with dramatic trailer

A new Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch this year, Nintendo has announced. Then, the Super Smash Bros. logo with a crowd of combatants in darkness standing below it.

Another huge revelation today is that the Switch will be getting a version of Super Smash Bros. It looks like their voices have been heard.

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A port of Luigi's Mansion is coming out this year for Nintendo 3DS. 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. This is how: Super Smash Bros. is coming to the Switch!

Dillon's Dead Heat Breakers, a new game in the franchise that sports action-adventure and tower defence elements will be available on the Nintendo eShop on May 24.

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Bandai Namco told Kotaku it has no news to share about the game's prospects for overseas release.

In our final segment, we give a brief history of the Nintendo Switch, including its initial reveal on October 20th, 2016 and its livestream on January 12th, 2017. That seems to answer the question "What big game is Nintendo preparing to bring to Switch in late 2018?" Needless to say, that day has come, and a new Super Smash Bros will come out in 2018. This means Nintendo Switch players will have access to the additional chapters known as The Depths, The Hideaway, and The Residence. Today, the Switch is many people's favorite console and the best way to play many smaller indie games. We knew that Crash Bandicoot was likely to make his way over to other platforms, one of which will be the Switch on July 10th. Nintendo will also be releasing the first paid DLC expansion for "Splatoon 2" this summer and it includes new single-player levels.

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