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Nintendo: Are new retro games planned for Switch this week?

Nintendo: Are new retro games planned for Switch this week?

The Nintendo Switch continues to benefit from new titles, with the Japanese manufacturer recently revealing that games from the NES and SNES will be used at “irregular” speeds on the console. Most recently, a mysterious tweet “may have leaked” during the week of March 28, 2022 when some specific (paid) games are coming to these two consoles!

Are NES and SNES games coming out?

This is on the Twitter account NinStatusBot Notice Decrease: Maintenance of applications for Nintendo Switch for NES and SNES from Wednesday night March 30 to March 31, 2022, from 02:55 to 04:00 (Paris time). Well, that sounds like a story, but it really isn’t!

  • NinStatusBot Twitter account that keeps track of Nintendo’s scheduled updates

In fact, it’s very common for the Nintendo Switch manufacturer to start more or less short maintenance before using the new retro games on its latest small gem. The most recent example of such an event occurred after the Nintendo Direct on February 9th.

The same amount of maintenance scheduled for 1h05 this week took place at the end of the evening. After that, the players were proud to have invented itSubject to the earth And Earthly beginnings, Featuring the popular Ness (no connection to the console) on the list of games available on the switch. Good news for those who are nostalgic or want to discover the games of the time!

Other similar maintenance has already taken place in the past, and with the exception of the most recent one mentioned above. For example, something happened in July 2021, and added new titles from the NES and SNES, as well as the popular Nintendo 64 app dedicated last January. Banjo-Kasui.

Finally, another similar maintenance took place at the end of 2021 in the app dedicated to MegaDrive, and this is an opportunity for the manufacturer to deploy four new retro games from this console.

All of these examples seem to be aimed at using at least one new game from the two consoles mentioned above this Thursday, March 31st, 2022. But, what sport could it be? If such deployment is really planned, please respond very soon in the upcoming Nintendo newsletter!

Nintendo Switch owners are asking for the ability to create game folders to organize their console. With the 14.0.0 update, the Japanese manufacturer has finally chosen to access this simple request, it’s time!