The Nintendo Switch Online currently offers NES and SNES games. With rumors of the arrival of Game Boy titles to this system, an insider points out that this would not be all, since the N64 would also make an appearance on this service, albeit at an additional price.

Last week, the insider known as NateDrake pointed out that Game Boy games would be coming to Switch Online. This information was corroborated by Eurogamer, who mentioned that another console would also be available on this service. Now, In the most recent episode of his podcast, NateDrake mentioned that this platform would be the Nintendo 64.

However, this addition would not be an extra similar to the SNES, since for to access the N64 games you would have to pay an additional price, between $ 5 and $ 15 dollars a year, speculates the insider. This was what he commented:

“Eurogamer went one step further, having noted that additional platforms will also be added to Nintendo Switch Online in the future. And today I would like to add to that, yes, that information is accurate and one of the platforms coming to Nintendo Switch Online in the future is the revolutionary Nintendo 64.

What I’m going to propose is that when Nintendo 64 hits Nintendo Switch Online, it will come with a more expensive tier: a premium version of Nintendo Switch Online, so to speak.

I don’t think they’re trying to double the price… I’d say $ 30 a year, $ 35 would be the ceiling, more than that, I think Nintendo would really be pushing things. “

Regarding its release date, at the moment there are no details about it, although NateDrake mentions that this will happen at some point in this fiscal year. As always, this is just a rumor, and at the moment there is no official information from Nintendo.

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Via: Nintendo Life

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N64 games coming to the Switch at an extra price

Sebastian Quiroz

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