Shortly after Nintendo launched Switch Online earlier last year, the company’s move met with criticisms from users as they think that the company’s online infrastructure is has a long way to go before competing with Xbox One and PlayStation 4. However, it seems that the company is planning on expanding its offerings in the future.
During Nintendo’s 79th annual shareholder meeting, Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa told that the company is working on expanding the games included in the service beyond NES titles. According to Japanese Nintendo, Shuntaro said, “At this place we cannot tell new information about future classic hardware among others, but we are thinking about providing an extension of the online service which is currently providing Famicom [NES] software, as well as other methods of providing them. We also recognize that there are opinions wanting to play past titles.”
However, this isn’t the first time the company talked about expanding its service. At the moment, we don’t know for sure which non-NES titles will be coming to Switch.