Nintendo introduces the new "Free" games for Switch Online. Members of the online service will be able to access additional retro games for SNES and NES in May. As the company announces, four additional classics will soon be available on Nintendo Switch Online. New free games include Wild Guns and Operation Logic Bomb for the Super Nintendo. According to Nintendo, the number of retro games has increased to over 80. The new "free" games will be available from May 20th. A trailer is also waiting in the article.
Nintendo Announces Additional "Free" Games for Switch Online. Members of the online service will receive further game supplies for their SNES and NES libraries in May. Like the publisher about the Short message service Twitter announced, four additional classics will be available shortly. The retro games Wild Guns, Operation Logic Bomb and Rygar will soon be available for the Super Nintendo. Switch Online subscribers also have access to the NES title Panel de Pon.
You can get a foretaste of the new "free" games for Nintendo Switch Online in May 2020 in the following trailer. The video shows short gameplay scenes for the upcoming retro games for the current Nintendo console. The four games can be played from May 20 through the NES and SNES libraries. To get access to the respective apps in the eShop, you need a membership in Nintendo Switch Online.
The annual subscription costs around 20 euros. The one-month subscription is available for EUR 3.99, the three-month membership for EUR 7.99. You currently receive one again one-week trial subscription – even if you have already redeemed the first test phase. In September 2019, Nintendo announced the No longer want to distribute retro games every month. Since then, additional inclusive games have been published at irregular intervals. (buy now for € 499.99)
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