Super Smash Bros. for Switch was Nintendo’s large E3 no-show
June 15, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Nintendo showed a lot of games and some surprises during a Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) display today. Super Smash Bros. for a Switch was not one of them.
The fighting diversion array has turn one of Nintendo’s many critical franchises, with any entrance apropos one of a best-selling games for whatever complement it comes out for. 2014’s Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U were a final entries.
Many fans were anticipating that we’d see a Wii U chronicle brought over to a Switch with some-more features, identical to a Deluxe treatments Nintendo has given Mario Kart 8 and Pokkén Tournament. If Super Smash Bros. for a Switch does exist, Nintendo has not shown it yet.
Nintendo’s E3 uncover did concentration on games that were entrance out later this year, nonetheless it still showed copiousness of titles that were entrance out in 2018 like Kirby. It could be that Smash Bros. is designed to recover later, so a Japanese association didn’t wish to reveal it yet. It could also be holding that proclamation for a destiny Nintendo Direct, video streams that Nintendo uses to showcase and reveal new products.
Or maybe Smash Bros. only isn’t in a cards for a Switch yet. Nintendo competence select to make an wholly new entrance for it instead of a Deluxe chronicle of a final game. That could have some-more features, though it’ll take a lot longer to create.
Either way, we never would have suspicion that we’d see Metroid Prime 4 announced during E3 though not Super Smash Bros. for a Switch.