Masahiro Sakurai has confirmed via Twitter that the next the next Super Smash Bros will be revealed on Nintendo Direct, June 11th.
Footage of the game itself will also appear on the Nintendo Direct, and will be shown worldwide. No word yet on whether there will be another Super Smash Bros Dojo for the next Smash game. For Super Smash Bros Brawl, the rate at which Sakurai was revealing it to the public was gradual. He released a small amount of details periodically, giving fans something to look forward to while they anxiously waited for the next exciting installment to the franchise. Whether history will repeat itself is unknown, but knowing Sakurai he will most likely have something fun and interesting planned for players in moments leading up to the actual release of the game itself.
The next Super Smash Bros will be released for both Wii U and 3DS. The game is said to be different for both platforms, with the 3DS version being more single player oriented, and the Wii U version stressing multiplayer gameplay more so than its handheld brother. Keep your eyes peeled for more information regarding this title in the weeks to come. There’s sure to be a wealth of details on it this E3.