While new Nintendo Switch games are on the way, there are other services the console lacks.
Base app numbers for it are still very low, with no pending announcements for the likes of Netflix in the immediate future.
Many fans won’t be bothered by this and will be more interested in seeing game like Pokemon and Bayonetta 3 arrive instead.
But what about the other service that could boost what Nintendo currently provides?
The Nintendo Switch is supposed to be getting a new online subscription service in 2018, although delays have already hit.
Having gone from a 2017 launch, to an early 2018 release, to just this year, it appears plans maybe afoot to change what it includes.
There were even reports this week that a recent Nintendo article stated that the service wouldn’t arrive until 2019, although this appears to have been updated to include the former 2018 placeholder.
It might be a boost to not have to pay to play online for an extended period, but the subscription service would also offer new classic games to play too.
Subscribers will get to download a compilation of classic titles with added online play, such as Super Mario Bros. 3, Balloon Fight and Dr. Mario.
Old titles getting the update treatment to serve the Switch a little better sounds like a promising step forward.
Fans will also get new eShop discounts and continuing access to online gameplay and the console’s official online app.
This is also presumed to be when Nintendo will reveal and launch their plans for a Switch Virtual Console, meaning fans might be waiting longer for the feature.
Rumours of a major delay have been popping up over the past few months, some stating that Switch Online wouldn’t become available until Autumn, 2018.
One of the official Nintendo websites had this as the listed release window, before it was changed to the vaguer 2018 placeholder.
This is of course is no official announcement and could have simply been an error on the website.
However, fans will be hoping for some clarification in the near future, as the service has already been delayed once.
It was supposed to arrive soon after the March 2017 Switch release, before it was pushed back until early 2018.
It was discovered earlier this year that the Japanese games giant decided to hide a classic Nintendo title in their latest console.
Apparently, the NES original title, Golf, is built into every Nintendo Switch, although it was never made officially playable.
And earlier this year an emulator was found that could apparently run NES games. This was later confirmed as something that actually only supported one title, Golf.
The difference between this and many other emulated games is that Golf was apparently updated for the Switch.
Programmers found evidence that Golf on Switch supported two Joy-Con controllers, as well as motion controls.
This meant that Golf could have become one of the first Nintendo NES games to support a fully updated control system of a new console.
However, while that might have been the flavour of the future, it appears whatever that was, is now over.
The same people who found the original game have now revealed that all the executable code for NES Golf has been completely removed.