A new Smash Bros. game has apparently been trademarked by Nintendo

Joanna Estrada
November 14, 2017

Other apparently new trademarks by Nintendo include Zelda, Splatoon, and Animal Crossing logos. What will the fighting game be like on the hybrid console? A Super Smash Bros. game for the Nintendo Switch, however, will be massively hyped up. In the list, there were games like The Legend of Zelda, Xenoblade Chronicles X and, obviously, Super Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. could be the next major Nintendo franchise that will be announced for the Nintendo Switch, as evidenced by a new trademark filing. The controllers remain the most popular ones for Super Smash Bros. enthusiasts.

The truth is that these are just rumors, and although all point to the version of Super Smash Bros. for Switch, Nintendo continues without confirming any information.

Nintendo filed a new Super Smash Bros. trademark, as spotted by various Japanese publications.

The rumors about Super Smash Bros. for Switch emerged from January 2016, when the console still had the Nintendo NX codename. The Nintendo Switch with Gray Joy-Cons is in stock with free 2-day Prime shipping, and the Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Red Joy-Cons is set to be back in stock in a few days (order it now and you'll get it by the end of the week). The Nintendo Switch has now been out for eight months, but there have still been no signs of the fighting game. Recall that something similar happened with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. A Super Smash Bros. We may learn about it in a year or two, or even longer than that considering the gap between Super Smash Bros Brawl and the Wii U game, but even so, the Switch could definitely use a Super Smash Bros game. To this, we add that the hybrid console already has support for GameCube controls, so it would be possible to play Super Smash Bros. without problems.

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