Nintendo might answer our retro gaming prayers by bringing games from SNES, Nintendo 64 and GameCube to its subscription service. Company president Shuntaro Furukawa apparently told shareholders at its 79th annual general meeting on Thursday that it's looking into it.
"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," he said, according to a translation by Japanese Nintendo.
"We also recognise that there are opinions wanting to play past titles."
It's not the first hint we've got that the Switch Online library will expand beyond. Back in January, a data miner claimed to find in the service's code strings. Since the SNES succeeded NES as Nintendo's main console back in 1991, it'd be the next logical step.
If you're super eager to get your SNES on now, Nintendo released a Classic mini console version in 2017. But we still don't have any such options for N64 or GameCube, though we can play some of Sega's classic games on Switch.
Nintendo didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
First published at 3:59 a.m. PT.
Updated at 5:26 a.m. PT: Adds more detail.