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GoldenEye 007 coming to Nintendo Switch Online this week; trailer and details

First announced during the latest Nintendo Direct presentation in September 2022, GoldenEye 007 is one of the Nintendo 64 games to be added to Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack in 2023.

And Nintendo have just announced that this highly-awaited title (finally getting an official re-release over 25 years after it launched on Nintendo 64) will be released on January 27th worldwide (technically, North America should get it on January 26th in the afternoon/evening).

To celebrate the announcement, Nintendo shared a trailer for the game:

As previously announced, GoldenEye 007 on Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online will be playable online with up to 4 players. Of course, this version of the game will also be playable in local multiplayer, for those of you looking to experience again the classic multiplayer FPS experience (on top of the Single Player campaign).

If you’re interested in playing this game, make sure you have a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription, for only the Expansion Pack includes Nintendo 64 titles!

Here’s some details and some screenshots:

Enter a world of espionage as Bond in GoldenEye 007. Your covert operation to stop the GoldenEye weapon satellite spans the globe – you’ll infiltrate underground bases, charge through a military train and slink around the depths of a jungle. Along the way, M will brief you on your objectives and Q Branch will support your efforts with an array of gadgets, but the ultimate success of this mission is yours alone. Save the day, then go for the gold in spy-vs-spy action locally or online in the four-player multiplayer mode and enjoy round after round of first-person competitive action.

GoldenEye 007 will be added to Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online on January 27th worldwide.

Source: Nintendo PR (25/01/2023)


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