The Nintendo Switch's launch titles were anchored around the latest entry in the Zelda franchise and, as with past Nintendo consoles, expect more updates to other Nintendo franchises soon on the new console like the one game people keep asking about, a Switch Super Smash Bros game.

In a Facebook interview with tech journalist Katie Linendoll via CNET, Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime hinted that a new Super Smash Bros. Switch title would likely be available on the new Nintendo console. While Fils-Aime didn't confirm details about a potential Super Smash Bros. Switch sequel, he said that such a move fits strongly into the company's plans.

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"Smash is obviously one of our best-selling franchises," Fils-Aime said. "What we say is that the philosophy that Nintendo has from a development standpoint is that for every platform, we want to have at least one of our classic franchises. There's gonna be one great Super Mario experience, there's gonna be great Zelda experience, so you can expect, you can anticipate at some point in the future — who knows when — that all of our franchises will be addressed. We know that the fans love these games, love this content, so stay tuned."

Since its launch on the Nintendo 64 in 1999, the Super Smash Bros. franchise has been a stalwart member of Nintendo's roster of games. The multiplayer fighting titles feature a variety of video game characters from franchises including Fire Emblem and Metal Gear Solid. As CNET notes, 2014's Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS sold more than a combined 13.5 million units.

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While a Super Smash Bros. sequel technically remains an unconfirmed — but extremely likely — possibility, the title would help to shore up the Switch's anemic launch schedule. Strong reviews for flagship title The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild helped to fuel high-performing initial Switch sales numbers during its first week after launch, but with Nintendo's staggered release calendar strategy, the company needs additional triple-A titles like Super Smash Bros. to keep momentum going for the new console. Major titles like Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2 aren't slated to come until later this year.