Fans wishing to attend the E3 2018 to play one of Nintendo's most anticipated switch games must register before the show. Nintendo announced on Wednesday that fans must reserve playgrounds to play Super Smash Bros. for Switch before the show in June.
If you ever visit Nintendo's E3 booth, it's usually the most packed show. To reduce waiting times Super Smash Bros. Switch requires fans to register with the E3 organizers.
This is how the reservation system works for Super Smash Bros . Game Goes to Work:
- If you sign up for the E3 2018 until May 31
- Registration for playing the game is mandatory. Registration on site is not possible.
- Tickets are issued as QR code patterns that can be stored or printed on a smartphone.
- For more information on ticketing, visit https: //e3.nintendo.com / Affiliate FAQ for Continuous Updates.
- Reservations for other games at the Nintendo booth will not be accepted, which will be available in order of registration.
"We're always looking to improve the ways people can maximize their fun with Nintendo at E3," said Doug Bowser, Nintendo's senior vice president of sales and marketing Press release. "This year, our focus is on the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game, and we want as many people as possible to try it."
Nintendo will be presenting more games at the E3 2018 and registering a window of opportunity to play Super Smash Bros. will maximize your time at the corporate booth. Nintendo also releases exclusive Nintendo switch pins to random fans who bring their console to the show.
It's not clear what Nintendo will bring to E3 2018 alongside Super Smash Bros such as Mario Tennis Aces and the recently released Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze are present. Nintendo's video presentation will air on Tuesday, June 12, at 12:00 noon. EDT before the Convention Center opens, so fans have a clearer idea of what can be played in Nintendo's booth.
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