Nintendo has announced that Mario Golf is the next Nintendo 64 title coming to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription, and it’ll be available for subscribers to play later this month on April 15.
Mario Golf for the N64 was the first installment of the Mario Golf series and originally was released in 1999. The latest in the series, Mario Golf Super Rush, was released on the Switch last year. If you want to experience the game that started the series, you’ll soon be able to when it comes to the NSO library.
You’ll need the Expansion Pack upgrade to the base online membership in order to play Mario Golf and the rest of the Nintendo 64 games on the Switch. This upgraded membership costs $49.99 per year for an individual membership and $79.99 for a family plan of up to eight people.
This will be the fifth Nintendo 64 game to be added to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack service since it launched last year, with F-Zero X being the most recent addition last month in March. New Nintendo 64 games are added to this service roughly once a month.
When the service launched, the N64 titles to be released over time were revealed, and now that it’s been a few months, there are only two titles left: Pokemon Snap and Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards. Once these two are added to the service, it is unclear if Nintendo will continue to add more games after that.
You can watch the trailer for Mario Golf below.