Nintendo E3 2018 Rumor: Booth to be ‘Super Smash Bros.’ and …

April 25, 2018 - Super Smash Bros

A new gossip per Nintendo’s E3 2018 counter skeleton has flush online now that we’re usually a few months divided from a biggest video diversion uncover in a world.

This gossip has roots in some astonishing places, though a leaker has some credit when it comes to Nintendo’s skeleton during E3. However, rumors are only rumors until there is acknowledgment from Nintendo.


Nintendo’s E3 2018 counter devise gossip comes pleasantness of GU KingofHeart on YouTube. In a video, he states that his source told him this year’s Nintendo counter will have a Super Smash Bros. and Pokémon theme.

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While he didn’t have any information on a Pokémon side of Nintendo’s E3 2018 booth, KingofHeart reliable these props will be shown on a Super Smash Bros. half:

  • A golden hammer
  • A Captain Falcon helmet
  • Link’s Master Sword
  • Marth’s Falchion
  • Shulk’s Monado
  • Bayonetta’s handguns and boots
  • Fox’s Blaster
  • The Splattershot
  • Duck Hunt Dog’s can

GU KingofHeart put out a video final May divulgence that Nintendo’s E3 counter would be of Dunk City from Super Mario Odyssey and he was correct, so it’s value profitable courtesy to this gossip formed on his prior lane record.


Now, if this gossip about Nintendo’s E3 2018 counter is loyal it does endorse some impression earnings for Super Smash Bros. on Switch. Captain Falcon, Marth, Duck Hunt Dog, Bayonetta, Fox and Shulk will lapse to a battlefield.

This lines adult with another gossip that popped adult on Twitter on Apr 24 from MasterofHyrule. An unknown source told MasterofHyrule that Bayonetta, Shulk and Duck Hunt Dog will lapse to Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch.

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Two apart rumors that contend roughly a same thing is distant from central acknowledgment though it does supplement a bit some-more credit to a information.

What do we consider of these new rumors about Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo Switch? Do we trust Nintendo’s E3 counter will be themed after these dual games? Let us know in a comments territory below.

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