Nintendo Announces Super Smash Bros. Switch For 2018 Release

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Nintendo Announces Super Smash Bros. Switch For 2018 Release

That said, fans will be relieved to hear he is working on the upcoming Super Smash Bros. title for the Switch, which in case you missed it, was revealed last night during a Nintendo Direct.

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. "Please wait until we can release more information, or until release day!"

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"Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS are being propelled through 2018 with an energized lineup of games of all kinds", said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Regardless of potential serious health risk, Sakurai is back and so is Smash Brothers, and the world can not wait.

Nintendo also revealed a slate of other games for the Switch that are set to debut this year, including a "Captain Toad" puzzle game on July 13, The Verge reported. A nice teaser trailer has been released and can be seen below... Sakurai promised to provide more details in the future, with E3 months away what better time to get more Smash Bros. details?

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Until then, speculation will be rampant and theories will be thriving in the Smash community.

It's unclear whether this game will be a remix of the 2014 "Super Smash Bros." game or something completely different, as Mashable reported.

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