Here’s everything we know about
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack?
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is an upgraded version of
The following games are included in the
- Mario 64
- Starfox 64 / Lylat Wars
- The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
- Mario Kart 64 (including online multiplayer)
- Dr. Mario 64
- Mario Tennis
- Yoshi’s Story
- Sin and Punishment
Eventually, these titles will be joined by Paper Mario, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, Banjo-Kazooie, Pokémon Snap and other iconic 64 titles.
There is also a selection of 14 Sega Mega Drive games coming to the service at launch, including:
- Golden Axe
- Ecco the Dolphin
- Phantasy Star IV
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2
- Castlevania: Bloodlines
- Streets of Rage
- Gunstar Heroes
- Shining Force
… and the other titles pictured above. As the service progresses, more classics will be added.
In addition, subscribers will also gain access to Animal Crossing: New Horizons DLC, Happy Home Paradise (also available separately for $37.50).
When does Expansion Pack launch in Australia?
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack is set to launch on October 25 worldwide. For Australians, this likely means the service will go live late in the afternoon or that night.
On launch, all announced
How much does
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack cost in Australia?
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack costs significantly more than a base
Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack will cost $59.95 per year in Australia with no option to pay month-by-month.
If you’re super keen on the new
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Paradise will cost $37.50 if purchased separately.
For context, a year of the original
Is the price of
Nintendo Switch Online membership going up?
No, the price of
If you’re an existing subscriber with no interest in playing
Where to preorder a
Nintendo 64 or Sega Mega Drive controller for Switch
If you’re looking forward to settling down with some of your favourite
You don’t need these controllers to play the games (all controls will be mapped to the Switch’s Joy-Cons) but for that heady dose of nostalgia and fun, you can pick up a compatible
Each controller costs $69.95 in Australia, and while the
Both controllers are set to release on October 26, just in time for the official Expansion Pack launch.