Fortnite on Switch Will Not Require a Nintendo Online Subscription to Play

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Nintendo has announced that Super Smash Bros Ultimate is getting its own Limited Edition Nintendo Switch. Now I just have to wait a little but longer, as the only release date information we have so far is that it'll be coming in 2019.

Luigi's Mansion 3, which follows in the footsteps of the Nintendo GameCube launch title was teased with the following trailer that looks exactly how you remember it.

In addition to the above hardware releases, quite a few big name games for the Switch were revealed. However, for Super Smash Bros. enthusiasts, there was some important news about when they can expect to get their hands not only on the title but some themed hardware too. It will launch alongside the game on December 7. Much like the new Animal Crossing, details are scarce. Fortunately, a more detailed FAQ posted on Nintendo's website has shed some light on what exactly users can expect from certain aspects of the service.

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Between the two games, New Super Mario Bros. Launching on September 19, the new service offers data Cloud saves, connects friends and players around the world and will work with the classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) games such as Excitebike, Mario Bros Arcade Classics Series.

The controller will be available for Switch owners from September 18.

Nintendo is also introducing NES-style controllers that work wirelessly with the Nintendo Switch and are created to work with all the vintage NES games. As of late, that includes the way it shows off the future of its games and consoles.

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