Super Smash Bros. Trademark Filed by Nintendo
November 18, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
Nintendo has filed a new set of trademarks for mixed games, including Super Smash Bros. The news comes to us around Japanese Nintendo, that points out that additional trademarks have been filed for mixed amiibo, The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, and Animal Crossing. This won’t come as a warn to anyone, really, given we knew that Nintendo was going to be creation a Smash Bros. for a Nintendo Switch, though it does offer as a delicious teaser for those of us who have been watchful to hear something, anything, about a subsequent installment.
Since before a Switch even launched, fans have been speculating either Nintendo would be bringing a “Deluxe” pier of a Wii U chronicle of Smash Bros. to Nintendo Switch, or a new entrance entirely. We’ve seen “Deluxe” versions of Wii U hits like Mario Kart 8 and Pokken Tournament, so it seemed like a no-brainer to pierce Smash Bros. into a fold; it was one of a best-selling games on a platform.
The fact that we haven’t listened about a Super Smash Bros. Deluxe is demonstrative of one of dual things. On one hand, it’s wholly probable that Nintendo wanted to report out a recover of Super Smash Bros. Deluxe until some time in 2018. Nintendo’s module plan on a Switch has been to recover one vital diversion each singular month, so players never have to knowledge diversion droughts like they did on a Wii U. With Zelda and Mario already gracing a console in a launch year, Nintendo competence have wanted to make certain 2018 has an sparkling lineup as well. A 2018 launch of Smash Bros. Deluxe could also coincide with Nintendo’s paid online module as a premiere online multiplayer game.
On a other hand, given Smash Bros. is such an critical authorization for Nintendo, it would also make clarity for Nintendo to pierce on and emanate an wholly new diversion for a Switch like it did with Super Mario. We didn’t get Super Mario 3D World Deluxe for a Switch, we got Super Mario Odyssey, and it would make ideal clarity for Nintendo to launch a code new Smash Bros. to expostulate hardware sales as well.
At any rate, we know it’s coming, and we’ll hopefully hear about it earlier than later. When we do, you’ll be a initial to know. Stay tuned.