Reports earlier this week that the titles of Game Boy soon they will come to NSO they have been further corroborated, suggesting that a new library will be added very soon.
The owners of Nintendo Switch with an active subscription to NSO can play an increasing number of games from the extensive catalog of Nintendo.
There are currently 88 games of NES to choose from and 56 titles originally released on SNES. Now it seems that the games of Game Boy and Game Boy Colour they will also be added to the mix soon.
Nintendo Life revealed that sources stated that handheld consoles will be the next to join the library of NSO, and now the evidence has started to accumulate.
Eurogamer has also reported that its own sources have confirmed that Game Boy and Game Boy Color will be the next libraries to slowly make their way into Switch.
Nintendo started adding games of NES to its online library in 2018, starting with 20 and expanding the range over time. Added 20 sets of SNES in 2019, but no new systems have been added since.
A mine of data around the same time the first sets of SNES revealed that four emulators can be found buried in the app NSO.
Kachikachi, Canoe, Hiyoko and Count. Kachikachi and Canoe were the same code names used for the classic versions of NES and SNES, and they seem to have been repurposed to add games to NSO.
It seems highly likely that at least one of the remaining codenames is linked to Game boy somehow, or maybe both if Game Boy Colour will have its own emulator.
That is unlikely, which means that Nintendo you may have plans to add at least one more collection in the future.
What Nintendo continues to demonstrate through the gradual addition of sets of NES and SNES to the online service of Switch, is not only interested in adding the biggest hits of the console.