Nintendo President: Switch Online to Expand With New Services and Content - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted 4 days ago / 5,126 Views
Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa speaking in a call to investors translated by VideoGamesChronicle discussed Nintendo Switch Online and says they plan to expand it with new services and content.
"The total subscribers of Nintendo Switch Online has not been updated from the 32 million subscribers we disclosed last September, but it is gradually increasing as the sales of Nintendo Switches increases," said Furukawa.
"Of course, there are customers who allow their subscribership to expire, and then they don’t renew, so we believe it is important to continue releasing software that allows players to continue enjoying, not only online play, but also enhances their overall experience.
"We will continue to expand our services and create new content for our customers throughout this year."
A leak reports Nintendo has been testing the emulators and they are called Hiyoko for the Game Boy/Game Boy Color and Sloop for the Game Boy Advance. The leaks makes it look like the emulators were developed by Nintendo's Europe R&D team.
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