The likes of Wave Race, Super Smash Bros. and many more could be added to the service's catalog in the coming months.
The subscription provides access to a selection of N64 and Sega Genesis titles on the Nintendo Switch with rewind, save states and more.
The standard price is for individual memberships. Family memberships will cost $79.99 per year. Both are in addition to NSO subscription costs.
"Select games will also have the option to play the original European PAL version with language options," Nintendo says.
Even with the recent addition of N64 and Genesis games to the Nintendo Switch Online library, some claim that the rumoured Game Boy additions are still part of the plan.
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack will include titles like Super Mario 64, Sonic the Hedgehog, and other classics when it launches.
A new Eurogamer report corroborates earlier leaks, and claims that even more retro consoles' libraries could be added to the service down the line.
A new rumour claims that the Nintendo Switch's online subscription service will soon be adding Game Boy and Game Boy Color games.
Nintendo says it's making efforts to make the Switch's online subscription service "even more fun and convenient to play."
A new battle royale in the 99 style replaces Super Mario 35.
The compilation of the classic Mario titles is available on the service now.
35 players compete in Super Mario Bros. stages to become the last Mario standing.
The feature will only be available to Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.
Digital revenue for Q3 of the fiscal year stands at 124.9 billion yen.
We can expect the service to continue growing going forward.
A wireless SNES controller for Switch can also be purchased in the future.
The company is mulling over adding more systems.
Nintendo's digital business continues to see gowth.
The online services will be investigated regarding their renewal and cancellation policies, among other things.
Some good games joining the lineup this month.