Nintendo Switch Online has received a new wave of Profile Icons today that are themed on the Nintendo 64, Super Mario 64, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. There are 33 icons in the first wave which, is available until December 6th and cost 10 My Nintendo Platinum Points each.

We must point out that these particular icons are only available for those that have an active Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack subscription. If you only have the standard NSO subscription, you will not have access to these icons.

This information comes from a pop-up notice within the NSO switch app. We have taken a screenshot of it so you can see it for yourself.

Should you have an active NSO+EP subscription but find yourself short with My Nintendo Platinum Points, there are extra NSO missions available that can net you 100 Platinum Points a piece if you play Super Mario 64, Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards, and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask via Nintendo 64 – Nintendo Switch Online. You only have to boot up the games in order to get the points, you won’t have to play to finish them. There are also a couple of other missions like play Panel de Pon on the Super NES – Nintendo Switch Online and play the game trial featured game OBAKEIDORO!

Will you be redeeming any of these new Nintendo Switch Online profile icons? Which ones will you be rocking on your Nintendo Switch? Do let us know in the comments!

Source: Nintendo Switch Online Console App

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