Go Vacation Switch Remaster Announced by Nintendo

Go Vacation Switch Remaster Announced by Nintendo

Yolanda Curtis
May 17, 2018

Nintendo is likely pushing out this announcement ahead of its big E3 2018 Nintendo Direct, which is set to focus on Super Smash Bros Switch along with (hopefully) containing a few surprises.

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.

Now, Nintendo has confirmed E3 attendees will be able to play the game on the show floor.

Fans looking to attend E3 2018 to play one of Nintendo's most anticipated Switch games will have to register ahead of the show. Nintendo said you'll want to be sure to add e3expo@e3expo.com to your email so it doesn't get associated as junk.

E3 2018 public tickets are available for $250 as part of the three-day Gamer Pass.

Tickets will be in the form of QR Code patterns that can be stored on a smartphone or printed out.

According to Nintendo, Super Smash Bros for Nintendo Switch will be playable at various events in Japan starting from June 17. No on-site registration will be available.

Furthermore, with Switch being extremely successful one would assume that Nintendo will finally drop the support for the 3DS, however, Nintendo has noted that it will support 3DS until Switch becomes a one-per-person system. Lucky owners who are spotted playing at the Nintendo booth or around the Los Angeles Convention Center could be selected by roaming members of the Nintendo team to receive an exclusive, collectible Nintendo Switch pin, while supplies last.

Go Vacation was previously released on the Wii, bucking Nintendo's trend of remastering Wii U games in favor of digging a little further back in its archives.

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