Nintendo Switch Online Adds F-Zero: Maximum Velocity This Week


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Nintendo Switch Online, the subscription service that gives players access to a library of games for consoles and handhelds from the company’s past, will receive its latest Game Boy Advance title this week. F-Zero: Maximum Velocity is dropping onto the service this Friday, March 29.

The game will be accessible to anyone with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership, which costs $49.99 for an annual subscription. Maximum Velocity was developed by NDcube (the team responsible most recently for Everybody 1-2 Switch) as a launch title for the Game Boy Advance in 2001. The game takes place 25 years after the original F-Zero, and while the story isn’t the main draw of the series, that does mean you won’t see some of the more iconic characters like Captain Falcon. Still, F-Zero: Maximum Velocity offers the speedy, sci-fi racing gameplay that fans of the series have come to expect, with 20 courses to master across four different difficulty levels.



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