Super Smash Bros is coming to Nintendo Switch as Nintendo officially confirms that the game will indeed come to the hybrid console.
Speaking in a Facebook Live interview, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime confirmed that Super Smash Bros series will continue on the new hybrid console.
“Smash is obviously one of our best-selling franchises. What we say is that the philosophy that Nintendo has from a development standpoint is that for every platform, we want to have at least one (each) of our classic franchises.
During the interview, Reggie also confirmed that Nintendo currently has no plans to bring virtual reality content to Nintendo Switch at least not for now.
However, previously Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima said that the company is currently looking into the VR support for Nintendo Switch. He added that “if we are able to resolve the issues with playing [VR] comfortably for long hours, we will support it in one form or another”.
He also noted that Nintendo is in talks with content providers like Netflix and Amazon to bring the video streaming to Nintendo Switch. He also added that he is interested in allowing the Switch to support cloud storage for game saves.
Nintendo Switch launched on March 3, 2017, and is priced at $299.99 in the US.