Super Smash Bros. is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year and fans are eager to see the game for themselves and Nintendo has announced that fans will be able to play Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch at various events in Japan following E3 2018.
According to Nintendo, Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch will be playable at various events in Japan starting from June 17. These events include Rage 2018 Summe, Jump Victory Carnival 2018 Tokyo and more. Here is the full list of events where fans will be able to play the Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch.
- RAGE 2018 Summer (17 June at Makuhari Messe)
- Jisedai World Hobby Fair 2018 Summer (June 23- 24 at Makuhari Messe)
- Jump Victory Carnival 2018 Tokyo (July 16 at Makuhari Messe)
- Jump Victory Carnival 2018 Osaka (July 22 at Intex Osaka)
Speaking of Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has confirmed that there will be no virtual console for Switch.
According to Nintendo, here are no plans for a virtual console on Switch but that doesn’t mean it won’t be able to run older titles as Switch Online service will bring classic NES games to Nintendo Switch.
Furthermore, with Switch being extremely successful one would assume that Nintendo will finally drop the support for the 3DS, however, Nintendo has noted that it will support 3DS until Switch becomes a one-per-person system.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima noted that despite 3DS being 7 years old is still being supported by Nintendo because it is cheaper compared to Switch and that makes it easier for parents to but this handheld for their children.
Super Smash Bros is a fighting game in development for Nintendo Switch and is scheduled to launch some time in 2018.