Nintendo may be releasing SNES games on Switch soon

According to an FCC filing that was spotted by some Forum contributors at Resetera, it seems that Nintendo is preparing to launch SNES wireless controllers for Nintendo Switch. The photos of the new controllers depicts that the top part of the controller may either be a ZL and ZR buttons, or a Joy-Con docking rail that allows it to be attached to the Switch – similar to the design of the NES controllers previously released by the gaming company giant.

Looking back, the gaming company also released NES wireless controllers for Nintendo Switch last year, which was followed by the launch of some classic NES titles via its online subscription service. The FCC ID filing may then be a sign that Nintendo may also release some of its Super Nintendo Entertainment System games on Switch alongside the release of this controller.

Right now, there are not much information available about this controller, aside from it having the functionality to connect via Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to Nintendo Switch.

Hopefully, we’ll get more updates about this controller, and when we do, we’ll surely let you guys know.

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