At the end of last week, Nintendo of America narrowed down the release window of the new online service for Switch. It was revealed it would launch around the end of September, following an Amazon leak back in July. The same announcement also noted how there would be a “growing library” of NES games made available.
It looks like we’ll have to keep playing the waiting game, as Nintendo doesn’t appear to be very eager to share much at all about the subscription-based service right now. The latest morsel of information comes in the form of another tweet saying you'll be able to play Super Mario Bros. 3 online and displaying a single screenshot of the classic NES game seemingly running on the Nintendo Switch. Here’s the exact tweet below:
How do you feel about paying to play Super Mario Bros. 3 online? What information would you like to see Nintendo reveal about its new online service before its big release in September? Tell us in the comments below.