Along with the above, there will be many games coming from third party developers, including Square Enix, Capcom, Grasshopper Manufacture, From Software and Ubisoft so it's going to be a great year for Nintendo Switch owners.
Super Smash Bros is finally coming to Nintendo Switch, Nintendo announced at the end of its Nintendo Direct presentation Thursday to wild fan applause from those assembled at the Nintendo World Store in New York City.
The trailer was quite a sneaky one however, with Nintendo originally positing it as some sort of Splatoon expansion. Now series creator Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed that he's working on the game releasing this year.
Nintendo Announces Super Smash Bros. Switch For 2018 Release
If you want to watch the full Nintendo Direct, here it is.
Sakurai, who has famously worked on every Smash Brothers game so far, took to Twitter to announce and explain his involvement with next Smash Brothers game. "Please look forward to new information and when the title goes on sale!" Regardless of potential serious health risk, Sakurai is back and so is Smash Brothers, and the world can not wait. Sakurai promised to provide more details in the future, with E3 months away what better time to get more Smash Bros. details? Soon, Super Smash Brothers's working title will be a thing of the past.More news: President to host welcome ceremony for International Solar Alliance