The classic F-Zero X is on its way to the Nintendo Switch Online Library + Add-on Pack. The successor to the Super Nintendo racing game, F-zero, debuts in the Nintendo 64 catalog of the subscription service next Friday, March 11. At nintendo switchthe futuristic racing title will gain an online multiplayer mode.
F-Zero X it was originally released in 1998. The adventure graphics aren’t the prettiest, even for the time, but that was the point. With the game, the developers wanted to ensure a fast pace of 60 frames per second with 30 drivers on the track, instead of dazzling graphics.
F-Zero X is the thirteenth N64 game to be added to the Nintendo Switch Online add-on pack. In February, it was time to The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask access the catalog. Nintendo has already revealed that games like pokemon snap, Mario Golf and Kirby Chapter 64: Crystal Shards is set to debut on Switch via the subscription service soon.
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The Nintendo Switch Online add-on pack offers all the benefits of the standard plan, but adds a collection of Nintendo 64 games supporting online play for up to four players, plus retro Mega Drive titles and expansions. Good family paradise in Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Rappel course pass in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
The current price of the standard Nintendo Switch Online subscription has two different formats: the individual subscription, which costs R$20 per month, R$40 for three months or R$100 for 12 months; and the family and annual subscription, which costs R$175 and can be split between up to eight accounts nintendo.
Those who prefer to subscribe to the Switch Online add-on package have two plan options: individual and annual 12-month subscription, for R$262.99; or the Family and Annual Membership, which includes up to eight Nintendo Accounts, for R$421.99.
Source: The edge
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