The addition of Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy games to the Nintendo Switch Online subscription service seems to be only a matter of time.
An official emulator has been uncovered, which implies that portable classics will be added to the service. It would be interesting to see which tier they will be featured on, since there are two levels for Nintendo Switch Online – the regular tier, which includes Nintendo Entertainment System games and Super Nintendo games, and the higher premium, which includes Nintendo 64 games and SEGA Mega Drive games. It will most likely be included in the regular tier, but we will have to wait and see what happens.
And here's some screenshots of it actually working if anyone is curious lol. pic.twitter.com/RcAULaFX07
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Game Boy coming to Nintendo Switch Online?
Even if all of this information is correct, it does not ensure that Game Boy and/or GBA titles will be available on Nintendo Switch Online. It does, however, make the scenario more likely. In any event, many fans would be ecstatic if they could play Game Boy Advance titles like Metroid Fusion or Mother 3 on the Nintendo Switch.