A new Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch this year, Nintendo has announced.

The teaser trailer for the game featured Mario, Link, and the Inklings from the Splatoon series.

Speaking of, Splatoon 2 is getting its first paid DLC this winter.

Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion a single-player expansion that lets players play as new character Agent 8, an Octoling without memories.

Those who battle through its 80 missions will unlock the ability to play as Octolings in multiplayer battles.

Octo launches this winter for AU$30 / NZ$33.

Other news from Nintendo Direct:

Mario Tennis Aces launches for Switch on June 22 at a suggested retail price of AU$79.95.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is coming to Switch on July 13 at a suggested retail price of AU$59.95. It features with new miniature courses based on various Kingdoms in Super Mario Odyssey, and comes with a new co-op mode where one player controls Captain Toad and other assists with supporting actions such as turnip cover fire.

A Nintendo 3DS version of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, which includes stereoscopic 3D visuals and touch-screen controls, also launches on July 13 for a SRP AU$59.95.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy launches for Nintendo Switch on July 10.

Super Smash Bros. is coming to Switch

Okami HD is coming to Nintendo Switch this winter. In the Nintendo Switch version of the game, players can use the touch screen in Handheld Mode or the Joy-Con motion controls in TV or Tabletop Mode to control the Celestial Brush to defeat enemies and solve puzzles.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole launches for Switch on April 24.

An Amiibo figure based on Solaire of Astora from Dark Souls will launch alongside the Switch version of Dark Souls: Remastered on May 26. By tapping this amiibo, the popular “Praise the Sun” gesture can be used with reckless abandon from the start of the game.

Little Nightmares: Complete Edition is coming to Switch on May 18.

Undertale is coming to Switch.

WarioWare Gold is coming to 3DS on July 28 for AU$59.95.

A remake of the original Luigi’s Mansion, which was a launch game for the Nintendo GameCube console in 2002, is coming to Nintendo 3DS this year. The remake has an updated look and new features, like a map that displays on the bottom screen and a boss rush mode.