Nintendo Switch Online will soon be expanded with Game Boy games

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Update, September 3, 2021: Journalist Tom Phillips of the renowned magazine Eurogamer has verified the situation with its own sources. In addition, the sources said that “other retro platforms are also being planned”.

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Many Nintendo fans are hoping for the lineup of Nintendo Switch Online will soon be expanded with another platform of origin. So far you can play NES and SNES games there. You will hear the loudest calls after playing N64 games. But it should turn out differently, according to current media reports.

Like VGC today reported, Game Boy and Game Boy Color games will be added to the NSO library “very soon”. The magazine refers to Nintendo life.

There, in turn, they refer to the “well-known insider” NateDrake and his podcast “Nate the HateNintendo Life, a website with a very wide reach, was also able to verify this “with its own sources”.

The latest additions came in July when Nintendo made available Jelly Boy, Claymates and Bombuzal. Many fans were disappointed again. We talked to shop about why the range of games deserves more respect anyway (or because of that).

Nintendo Switch Online initially launched only with NES games and expanded to include SNES games in September 2019. Since then, fans have been waiting to see when another platform will be added. The N64 was always in the room.

According to current rumors, fans should not hope for the Game Boy Advance. This would also be supported by the fact that Nintendo is currently re-releasing Advance Wars 1+2 HD itself.

By the way, you can currently try Nintendo Switch Online again for free.

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