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. The company will be limiting purchases to just one per Nintendo account holder, who has signed up for the paid online service. First of all they are only compatible with Nintendo Switch Online's NES games.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch on December 7, 2018.
Nintendo didn't forget about 3DS.
Super Luigi U will also come with its own deluxe version free of charge as part of Super Mario U. The deluxe feature will also allow up to four players joining in. So you'll need to keep your Nintendo Switch Online subscription up if you want to keep your saves backed up online otherwise you will lose your cloud saves.More news: Apple ditches dongles for older iPhones too
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The Nintendo Switch has been out for over a year and it's a monster hit, but this entire time it hasn't offered a proper online service. Along with NES games, the Switch is getting NES controllers. This includes games that have received a score of 8 or higher on GameSpot since the console's release, as well as reviews for new games and updates to reviews of older games that were ported to Switch.
The bundle itself will become available on November 2, with pre-orders having already opened, while the previously announced GameCube controller and four-way adapter will also be publicly released on the same date.
Square Enix is bringing a bunch of games from the Final Fantasy series to both Switch and Xbox One.