The game boasts more than 50 mini-games and activities to enjoy.
Attendees will have two options to choose from: They can either reserve a ticket to play against people casually or sign up to play in a competitive elimination match.
Away from the activities, you can decorate your own villa, munch a meal at a food truck and snap in-game photos of the animals that live on the resort. Attendees should make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to their safe sender lists so the email doesn't get lost in their junk folders. The game allows players to enjoy a resort vacation on Kawawii Island.
Tickets will be in the form of QR Code patterns that can be stored on a smartphone or printed out.
Here's how it works: If you buy a ticket to E3 2018 by May 31 you'll get an email from the ESA-which organises E3-on June 5 with details on how you can reserve an electronic ticket to play.
All of Nintendo's other games at E3 will be available to demo on a first-come, first-served basis.
Furthermore, with Switch being extremely successful one would assume that Nintendo will finally drop the support for the 3DS, however, Nintendo has noted that it will support 3DS until Switch becomes a one-per-person system.
While Nintendo is kind of presenting it as a new game in the trailer, Go Vacation's roots were planted all the way back in 2011 by Namco Bandai.