The reveal came right at the end of today’s Nintendo Direct event, and was revealed through a rather unusual tease.
Coming straight after a lengthy Splatoon 2 announcement, the ending saw the official Super Smash icon blaze in the background.
No specific release date was revealed, only that it will be falling in 2018.
More news looks set to be revealed at E3 2018, which every Nintendo Switch fan will be eager to see.
Super Smash Bros on Nintendo Switch will likely include all the old favourites, as well as new characters from Nintendo’s current crop of games.
Other games announced today during the Nintendo Direct included Little Nightmares, Undertale and Okami HD.
It’s hoped that more information on the upcoming Super Smash Bros game will be announced before E3, although it’s unclear what plans the Japanese games giant has for their new title.