Nintendo Switch Online is expected to launch with NES games and cloud saves sometime in the second half of September, and the company also noted that there would be a “growing library” of NES games made available.
In a tweet on Monday, Nintendo showed off what the classic Super Mario Bros. 3 will actually look like when played on the Switch.
The iconic 1988 game will be among one of the twenty free NES games, given to subscribers of Nintendo’s Switch Online service, which is due to arrive next month. For the full list of games of its initial lineup, details on the features, plans and pricing, and more, head over to the official website of Nintendo Switch Online.
In other Nintendo Switch news, ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ recently announced five new fighters and 103 stages.