Will we see a new Super Smash Bros game for the Nintendo Switch?

Everyone is excited about the anticipated release of the Nintendo Switch in the Spring of 2017.  While there have been several brand new games announced for the Nintendo Switch including Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Dragon Quest XI and Project Sonic 2017 there have been no mention of a new game related to the Super Smash Bros series.  However, there have been rumors floating around about Super Smash Bros for the Wii receiving a port for the Nintendo Switch in the future.  While having a port for the latest Super Smash Bros game would be a treat for many people they also like to see a new Super Smash Bros game in the near future as well.   Since Nintendo has developed numerous titles involving the Super Smash Bros series for every home based console since the Nintendo 64 in the late 90’s its without a doubt that at some point we will get a new game for the Switch in the future.

While it took near three years for Nintendo make a sequel to original Super Smash Bros game successor for Super Smash Bros Melee was not released until 2008 which was about two years after the Wii made its debut in 2006.  Also, it took approximately six years for Nintendo to make a sequel for Super Smash Bros Brawl for the Wii-U console.  While the Wii-U was released during the later part of 2012 the Smash Bros game for that console did not come out until the fall of 2014.  Looking back at the release date of some of the older titles in the Super Smash Bros series its safe to suggest that it may be a least a year before we see a sequel to the latest game that was released for the Wii-U back in 2014.   But with the Nintendo Switch being far superior in terms of quality in comparison to the Wii-U another Super Smash Bros game for that console would be amazing to see.

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