Play as the Shinto sun goddess Amaterasu in the form of a white wolf as you travel through a world that's now even more stunning than a decade ago.
Now, Nintendo has confirmed E3 attendees will be able to play the game on the show floor.
Signing up to play the game ahead of time is mandatory. Nintendo added that it's not taking reservations for other games at its booth; for those games, you can just show up and wait in line.
Anyone who registers for E3 by May 31 will get an email on June 5 with details on how to get a "Super Smash Bros." ticket.
E3 2018 public tickets are available for $250 as part of the three-day Gamer Pass. Nintendo said that while their other games will be following the "line-up" rule, Super Smash Bros. fans will not get a chance for on-site registration. Comment below, let us know!More news: How Retro, Samsung & Apple Back In Court Over Galaxy 2
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For more details about ticketing, visit https://e3.nintendo.com/attendee-faq for continuing updates.
"We're always looking to improve the ways people can maximize the fun they have with Nintendo at E3", said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Nintendo has announced that Go Vacation will release on Nintendo Switch, whisking you away to Kawawii Island where you can enjoy more than 50 different games and activities. In related news, anyone spotted wandering around playing their Switch console may bag themselves an exclusive pin from the Nintendo representatives in attendance. No one is going to want to be left out of new Smash, that's for sure.
Nintendo is also encouraging people to bring their Nintendo Switch systems to the show with them.