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Go Vacation is moving from Wii to Switch this July

Go Vacation is moving from Wii to Switch this July

Registered E3 pass holders* will have a chance to secure tickets to try out the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game for Nintendo Switch. Much like Wii Sports Resort, it featured a variety of resorts-themed mini-games, with 50 in total making its way to the Nintendo Switch remaster.

Super Smash Bros.is coming to Nintendo Switch later this year and fans are eager to see the game for themselves and Nintendo has announced that fans will be able to play Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch at various events in Japan following E3 2018.

Prospective E3 attendees can reserve tickets "for fun" or "for glory" to either play against others in fun skirmishes or to play in a competitive elimination match.

In the game, you go on vacation to the tropical Kawawii island and stay in a special resort.




Anyone who registers for E3 2018 by May 31 will receive an email from E3 organizers on June 5 with details about how to reserve one electronic ticket to play the game (available while time slots last).

Signing up to play the game ahead of time is mandatory. Your ticket will come as a QR code that you can either access on your phone or by printing it out. "No on-site registration will be available", the company said, so you will absolutely want to do this.

For more details, be sure to read the FAQ below and check back as additional details will be added. The good news is that Nintendo today announced an early reservation system whereby you can secure a spot to avoid the lines.

Nintendo is also encouraging people to bring their Nintendo Switch systems to the show with them. If they're spotted playing at the Nintendo booth or around the Los Angeles Convention Center, they could win a collectible Nintendo Switch pin.