Banjo-Kazooie will arrive at the switch next month

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Update : Nintendo of America has confirmed that Banjo-Kazooie will also reach the Online Switch + Expansion Pack of the West next January. There is still no exact launch date.

Original note:

Today, December 10, users of the online switch + Expansion Pack can already enjoy paper Mario for the N64. Fortunately, this is not all, since a few moments ago it was revealed that banjo-kazooie will be available on this platform next month.

According to the official Nintendo account, Banjo-Kazooie will be available for all online switch users + Expansion Pack at some point on January 2022. Unfortunately, at the moment there is no exact date. Similarly, this information was shared by the Japanese profile of the company, and currently there is no confirmation for the West, although this is likely to happen in the next few hours.

Banjo-Kazooie came to Nintendo 64 in June 1998, and is currently considered one of the best games of this console. While the property is now in the hands of Microsoft, during the last few years we have seen a good relationship between these two companies, to the extent that Banjo and Kazoo are part of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

On related topics, this would be a remasterization of banjo-kazooie. Similarly, Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, talks about the possibility of seeing a new game of the series.

Editor's note:

While it is good to see that the online switch games catalog expands, a month delivery is not something to get excited. Nintendo should also be adding more titles for NEW, SNES and Genesis. Hopefully these consoles also receive the attention they deserve in the future.

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