Smash Bros. will launch on Nintendo Switch later in 2018.
Attendees will have two options to choose from: They can either reserve a ticket to play against people casually or sign up to play in a competitive elimination match. No on-site registration will be available.
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All of Nintendo's other games at E3 will be available to demo on a first-come, first-served basis. This should provide fans with a faster, smoother experience so they can play the Super Smash Bros. game and spend more time enjoying the rest of the June 12-14 show.
"We're always looking to improve the ways people can maximize the fun they have with Nintendo at E3", explains Nintendo of America senior vice president of sales and marketing, Doug Bowser.
Super Smash Bros. for Switch is coming, but unfortunately at this point we still don't know very much about it.
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. People should be sure to bring their systems along for an opportunity to receive this one-of-a-kind swag, as well as for impromptu gaming opportunities with others.