During Nintendo's E3 show, Overcooked 2, the sequel to one of our favorite co-op games, was announced. Ultimate is being developed in a collaboration between Nintendo, Sora Ltd, and Bandai Namco Entertainment, the same development team as the last entries in the series: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
Super Smash Bros Ultimate, Super Mario Party and Fortnite were probably the biggest highlights, but let's take a look at everything they talked about. So far, looking at all the videos released, Super Smash Bros.
There's some under-the-hood changes, such as more damage during one-on-one battles, and updated graphics.
E3 2018 brought many announcements that free-to-play users will be excited about.
Right here! We'll be embedding the livestream from our colleagues at GameSpot, so you can follow along in real time.
If one thing's clear, Nintendo fans have plenty to be excited about for the rest of this year and heading into 2019.
There were not that many surprises, save for the launch of Fortnite on the Switch, which became available immediately after the webcast was over. Super Smash Bros Ultimate stole the show with a insane amount of new information released.
Smash Bros., Smash Bros. and more Smash Bros.
There are also new stages, including a Great Plateau tower from Breath of the Wild.
Super Mario Party features new minigames played in a variety of ways, from traditional controller-and-TV types to tabletop modes that run across two wirelessly connected Switch systems. Another indie darling, Killer Queen Black, brings 8-player action and strategy platforming to the Switch this winter. In Ultimate, every single character from every game in the franchise will be present. It'll also support a new GameCube controller designed explicitly for the game and its hardcore competitive scene. The strategy RPG is coming to Switch for the first time ever with a three-dimensional adventure. Some retailers are offering discounts for pre-ordering the game, which you can find below.